Environmental Attorney Gregory Dutton Joins Frost Brown Todd in Louisville
Attorney Gregory T. Dutton has joined Frost Brown Todd as a member of the Louisville office and the firm’s Environmental Practice Group (EPG). With extensive experience in environmental and administrative law, Dutton focuses his practice in environmental compliance and litigation, utility regulation and energy law. He has represented clients in federal and state litigation and administrative matters involving the Clean Water Act (CWA), Clean Air Act (CAA), and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), and has practiced extensively before the Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC).
The EPG now consists of 16 attorneys and an Environmental, Health and Safety Professional. The EPG serves as litigation counsel, defends civil and criminal enforcement actions, prosecutes administrative appeals, counsels clients on regulatory matters, conducts audits and internal investigations, and provides environmental representation on real estate and corporate transactions.
Dutton has previously held an appointed position within the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office, where he represented the state in numerous federal lawsuits concerning environmental issues, as well as before the PSC on utility matters. He earned his J.D. and a Certificate in Environmental Law at Pace Law School in White Plains, New York, and also holds a degree in environmental science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He is licensed to practice law in Kentucky, New York and the District of Columbia.