Richard Allan Du Bey



P (206) 470-3587

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Richard takes the time to understands his client’s objectives. The solutions they receive are appropriate for their situation, take into account his deep understanding of tribal and environmental matters, and are ultimately effective for his clients.

Richard is a member and serves as chair of the firm’s tribal government practice group. His practice focuses on environmental and natural resources law and tribal government matters, with an emphasis on environmental regulation and litigation, water and natural resource law, Native American law, administrative law, and inter-governmental negotiations.

Richard counsels private and public sector clients in regulatory program development, compliance and enforcement, environmental risk management, hazardous substance cleanup, natural resource damages, Brownfield development, and tribal economic development.

Richard received a B.B.A from the University of Miami in 1968, his J.D. from New England School of Law in 1975 and a LL.M. in Law and Marine Affairs from University of Washington School of Law in 1976. He was featured in the 2012 Top Rated Lawyers Guide to Energy/Environmental/Natural Resources Law by The American Lawyer.

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