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Amy Magee is a counsel with King & Spalding’s Environmental, Health and Safety Practice Group. Amy joined King & Spalding in 1989 after serving as an environmental coordinator for a manufacturing company where she focused primarily on EPCRA reporting and general environmental compliance issues for the company’s two main manufacturing facilities and several satellite blending operations located throughout the United States. 

Her experience in the manufacturing sector is valuable in addressing both the technical and legal aspects of regulatory environmental issues.  Since joining King & Spalding, Amy has worked extensively with the federal Superfund program, including development of allocation schemes, recovery of costs, and overall management of the investigation and cleanup for dozens of other sites.  In addition, she has assisted clients with multiple other remediation programs, including preparation of notifications and investigative reports, and implementation of remedies. Amy has also counseled clients in various regulatory areas, including hazardous waste, water, air and emergency planning, and has participated in several regulatory compliance audits of manufacturing facilities.  Separately, she has assisted with white collar internal investigations and international arbitration proceedings. Amy has also counseled clients regarding environmental matters in sophisticated financing and other transactional matters.

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J.D., Georgia State University, cum laude

B.S., Carnegie Mellon University

Georgia

American Bar Association - Environment, Energy and Resources Section

American Chemical Society

Atlanta Bar Association – Environmental and Toxic Tort Section

Environmental Law Institute

Georgia State Bar - Environmental Law Section

State Bar of Georgia


Recognized as a leading environmental lawyer in Chambers USA for multiple consecutive years

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Article · Source: LexisNexis

December 18, 2018
LexisNexis Practice Guide: Georgia Environmental Law

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Credentials

J.D., Georgia State University, cum laude

B.S., Carnegie Mellon University

Georgia

American Bar Association - Environment, Energy and Resources Section

American Chemical Society

Atlanta Bar Association – Environmental and Toxic Tort Section

Environmental Law Institute

Georgia State Bar - Environmental Law Section

State Bar of Georgia


Recognized as a leading environmental lawyer in Chambers USA for multiple consecutive years

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Recognition


Recognized as a leading environmental lawyer in Chambers USA for multiple consecutive years