Timothy J. Hagerty is a Member of Frost Brown Todd LLC. He counsels the Firm's clients on environmental compliance, liability, and litigation issues, with an emphasis on water, natural resources, and mining law. Mr. Hagerty assists clients in obtaining wetlands and wastewater discharge permits under the federal Clean Water Act and similar state and local laws. He has extensive experience assisting public and private clients in complying with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related resource review requirements. Mr. Hagerty provides advice concerning the requirements of the Clean Air Act, the Endangered Species Act, and the National Historic Preservation Act. Mr. Hagerty has both provided compliance counseling and represented clients in litigation concerning major electric transmission line and petroleum pipeline projects, large-scale residential and commercial developments, and major highway and transit projects throughout the country. He also has counseled the firm’s mining industry clients in various matters arising under federal environmental laws and in federal litigation regarding the regulation of surface mining under the Clean Water Act. Mr. Hagerty also assists the Firm's clients in conducting environmental due diligence, negotiating environmental provisions in corporate and real estate transactions, and addressing property contamination issues. Before joining Frost Brown Todd, Mr. Hagerty practiced environmental law with Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., in Washington, D.C.