Grant Harse, Special Assistant Attorney General, Joins Lathrop Gage
Overland Park, Kan. (July 27, 2015) – Lathrop Gage announced that Grant Harse recently joined the firm’s Environmental Practice as an associate in Overland Park.
Harse joins the firm from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, where he was a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Environmental Practice Group. Previously, he was a judicial clerk in the Seventh Judicial District Court of Kansas and a law clerk in the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region VII office in Kansas City, Kansas. Harse received a bachelor’s degree from Belmont University and obtained a juris doctor from the University of Kansas School of Law.
“Grant has a strong environmental background with great experience in both state and federal government,” said Curtis Tideman, Partner in Charge of the Overland Park office. “Grant will bring an important perspective to the work of our Environmental practice and we welcome him to Lathrop Gage.”
Attorneys in Lathrop Gage’s Environmental Practice have experience working before federal and state regulatory agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, State Departments of Natural Resources, State Departments of Environmental Protection and local governmental authorities. The firm works with clients around the country on environmental due diligence and OSHA compliance.
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