Dana P. Palmer is a partner in the Los Angeles office and a member of the firm's Environmental & Natural Resources and Land Use groups. Dana's practice spans land use counseling for projects requiring review under the California Environmental Quality Act, regulatory compliance and enforcement defense, and litigation under federal and state statutes including in particular CERCLA and California's Proposition 65. He routinely partners with the firm's world-class real estate team on complex transactional matters involving contaminated property. Dana has broad experience before the federal EPA and California agencies including the South Coast Air Quality Management District, California Air Resources Board, State and Regional Water Boards, Department of Toxic Substances Control, Energy Commission, Public Utilities Commission, Coastal Commission, Air Resources Board, Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, and various air districts. As a co-editor of the Firm's weekly Renewable Energy Update, on the entitlement side of his practice, he takes a particular interest in projects featuring renewable energy and storage technologies.