Gary Grimm provides effective and affordable legal advice and representation on water quality related regulatory matters.

Gary Grimm’s lengthy public and private sector experience enables him to address complex water quality issues and achieve client goals in a practical and cost-effective manner. Prior to establishing his law firm in 1996, Gary spent over 20 years in public service advising and representing multiple regulatory agencies. He is currently advising and representing businesses, local public agencies and individuals on all aspects of water quality regulatory matters before state, local, and federal agencies. This includes strategic planning, entitlements, negotiations, permitting, permit compliance, enforcement response, and litigation support involving groundwater, stormwater, and surface water issues.

Water quality law and regulation is frequently complex, with overlapping levels of authority among different federal, state, and local government agencies. Gary’s extensive experience, long-standing relationships with environmental regulators, and expertise on water quality regulatory issues enable him to cut through the complexity and provide and implement practical, effective solutions to achieve client goals.