Richard M. Glick focuses on environmental, water, and energy law, representing businesses and local governments in a wide range of environmental matters. Rick is former staff counsel to the California State Water Resources Control Board, and a former deputy city attorney for the City of Portland. Rick’s clients include: Idaho Power, City of Hillsboro, Farmland Reserve, Inc., Consolidated Metco, and Mitsubishi Corp. (Americas).
He counsels clients on regulatory compliance, permitting for major infrastructure projects, energy facility siting and permitting, water rights, water quality permitting and certifications, wetlands, endangered species, and environmental impact review; assists in assessing and managing environmental risk associated with business or real estate transactions; evaluates water rights in agricultural transactions; and represents clients before the state and federal agencies in Superfund, environmental cleanup, permitting, and enforcement actions.
Professional & Community Activities:
- Co-chair, Economic Development Committee, Oregon Business & Industries
- Program Planning Committee Member, Annual Water Law Conference, Section of Environment, Energy and Resources, American Bar Association
- Member, Ecosystem Services Markets Working Group (SB 513), Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board
- Member, Hydroelectric Project Reauthorization Working Group, Oregon Water Resources Department
- Former Pro Bono General Counsel to Northwest Hydroelectric Association
- Former Pro Bono General Counsel to Pacific Northwest Waterways Association
- Past Chair, Lex Mundi Environmental Practice Group
- Past Chair, Water Quality Committee, Associated Oregon Industries
- J.D., University of Southern California Law School, 1976
- B.A., University of California, Berkeley, 1973, with distinction
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