Beth is an associate in Wendel Rosen’s environmental and litigation practice groups. Her environmental practice focuses on compliance with regulatory requirements, from the local to the federal level, including working with county agencies, regional water quality control boards, the State Water Resources Control Board, and the Environmental Protection Agency. She has advised clients on Proposition 65 requirements, and has settled notices of violation under a variety of regulations such as those governing underground storage tanks, water quality, and air quality. Beth also has significant experience with environmental due diligence.
Beth’s litigation practice includes representation of clients in Proposition 65 lawsuits, general commercial and real estate litigation, and intellectual property disputes. Representative clients include title insurance companies, a real estate investment trust, and large and small retailers.
During law school, Beth was a clerk for the Natural Resources Defense Council and for the California Office of the Attorney General, Natural Resources Section.
Prior to practicing law, Beth was a molecular and cellular biotechnology researcher at a large pharmaceutical company.
University of California, San Francisco, Hastings College of Law; J.D. (2007)
University of California, Berkeley, Molecular and Cellular Biology; B.A. (1997)