Water and Environmental Law

 Wyoming Water and Environment Law Affects Are Widespread

Water, natural resources and environmental law is a dynamic and complex practice area that invokes passion from everyone involved. DDRH has substantial experience assisting clients with a wide range of water and environmental law issues such as water rights and use, endangered species and other wildlife issues and federal land use and planning. DDRH has addressed related legal matters before the Wyoming District Courts, Wyoming Supreme Court, Federal Courts in Wyoming, Colorado and Washington, D.C., Federal Circuit Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and the United States Supreme Court; some of our attorneys have even had a hand in molding state natural resource and wildlife legislation. The firm has handled cases involving National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”) compliance, the Endangered Species Act (“ESA”), Federal Land Planning Management Act, Multiple Use-Sustained Yield Act and the water laws of Wyoming and surrounding states. Members of our legal team have backgrounds in biology and engineering and are well-positioned to help clients effectively navigate the NEPA and ESA process, comply with regulations and complete required land use plans.

Water and Environmental Law

Endangered Species Act (ESA) and Wildlife Protection
Federal Land Planning and Management Act (FLMPA)
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
Water Law In Wyoming and Colorado