Building on nearly nine years with EPA Headquarters’ Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, since leaving EPA in 1996 Julie has engaged in a broad-based environmental law practice. Her practice encompasses a range of activities related to stationary sources including rulemaking, compliance counseling and permitting – including New Source Review. On the mobile source side, she has worked on rulemaking, compliance counseling and engine certification, as well as fuels standards. She has represented companies in rule development as well as challenges before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Julie has represented several companies in negotiations with the U.S. Department of Justice and EPA in single-source settlements for both stationary and mobile sources, dealing with a sole alleged noncompliance, as well as numerous refining companies in global refinery settlements, affecting multiple facilities. In addition to counseling on alleged violations, Julie has advised clients on environmental audits of their facilities, and subsequent correction and disclosure to the state and federal environmental agencies.