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Jeffrey R. Porter

Member / Chair, Environmental Law Practice

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Jeff is one of only four environmental lawyers in the United States listed on the Forbes Top 200 Lawyers list. According to Forbes Jeff “is valued for his services to solve complex legal challenges.”  Forbes isn’t alone. With over three decades of litigation and transactional experience, Jeff is widely recognized as one of the top environmental lawyers in the country.   He has been ranked in Band 1 by Chambers USA for over 18 years.

Some of the largest global companies rely on Jeff’s insights and strategic guidance. Clients praise him as “the top environmental attorney you will find in Boston” and say his “judgment on sensitive political issues is invaluable.” 

Jeff is Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice. He is a Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers and a member of the College’s Executive Committee. He is also a Massachusetts Environmental Trustee. Jeff is a Trustee of The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts, having previously served as the Chair of The Nature Conservancy’s Trustee Council and as the Chair and Vice-Chair of The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts.

He was also the Chairman of Boston Harbor Now, and a member of the MassDevelopment Board of Directors.

Jeff was a member of Governor Healey’s and Lieutenant Governor Driscoll’s transition policy committee and also a member of Attorney General Campbell’s transition committee. He also advised the Massachusetts Legislature’s Committee on Natural Resources and Agriculture during the drafting of the Brownfield legislation that has spurred the beneficial redevelopment of underutilized former industrial sites across the Commonwealth.

Jeff frequently writes on environmental law topics including Clean Water Act issues, coastal resilience, waterfront development, and PFAS liability.

Experience

  • Obtaining what may be the largest private party Superfund response cost recovery in Massachusetts history after filing a motion for summary judgment of the responsible party’s liability
  • Representing General Electric in permitting and development of new waterfront global headquarters including interactions with city and state
  • Representing a resort developer in connection with environmental and legal issues relating to the remediation and redevelopment of its waterfront site
  • Representing owner of former urban rail yard in connection with its remediation and planned redevelopment, including interactions with the rail operator
  • Representing a pharmaceutical manufacturer in connection with the acquisition of a portion of a former military base for the construction of a large-scale biologics manufacturing facility
  • Obtaining a dismissal of contamination-related property damage claims made by the owner of an industrial property against its long-time tenant
  • Successfully defending a client against a claim that it was responsible for contamination of a municipal water supply
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Read Our Insights on Clean Water Act Issues

April 1, 2024 | Blog | By Jeff Porter

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Read Our Insights on PFAS Issues

April 1, 2024 | Blog | By Jeff Porter

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Webinar Recording: PFAS, PFAS All Around: What's Next?

May 21, 2021 | Webinar | By Jeff Porter

In this webinar, Mintz and GZA explain why people are so concerned about PFAS, referred to as “forever chemicals,” when and how you should look for them, what actions you should consider taking if you find them, and the implications of all of this for real estate transactions.
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The United States Supreme Court’s decision in Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund leaves anyone with responsibility for a discharge to groundwater wondering whether that discharge is prohibited by the federal Clean Water Act. Guidance issued by EPA at the very end of the Trump administration offers no real assistance.
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The United States Supreme Court’s April 23 decision in County of Maui v. Hawai’i Wildlife Fund (https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/19pdf/18-260_i4dk.pdf) proves that legislating is best done by the Congress, not the Courts. The Court’s decision also tells us that the era of judicial deference to EPA that began in the mid-1980s seems to be coming to an end.
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You don’t see a unanimous decision of the United States Supreme Court very often, especially in an environmental case, but that’s what happened this week when the Court held that for an area to be “critical habitat” of an endangered species, it first had to be habitat.
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I’ve been an environmental lawyer for thirty years. That’s how long the jurisdictional reach of the Federal Clean Water Act has been unsettled. Sometime in the next few months the newly more Conservative United States Supreme Court will decide whether to grant either of two petitions to review diametrically opposed Federal Appeals Court answers to the question of whether the Clean Water Act applies to discharges to groundwater, one very important facet of the three decade old question already considered by the Supreme Court three times.
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Environmental Law Chair Jeff Porter spoke to Bloomberg Law about the EPA’s new proposed Safe Communities by Chemical Accident Prevention Rule, requiring industrial sites to prepare response plans for pollution from floods.
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BOSTON – Mintz is pleased to announce that Environmental Law Chair Jeffrey R. Porter and ESG Co-chair Jacob Hupart have been named ‘Top Authors’ in their respective fields by JD Supra in its 2024 Readers’ Choice Awards. This annual award recognizes top authors and firms for their thought leadership in key topics and reaching high levels of visibility and engagement.
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Environmental Law Chair Jeff Porter spoke to Bloomberg Law about a recent federal court ruling that invalidated Florida’s control over a federal wetlands dredge-and-fill permitting program.
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Environmental Law Chair Jeff Porter told American Lawyer that he thinks many of the battles fought in the early years of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) will soon be fought again over PFAS.
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Environmental Law Chair Jeff Porter spoke to ENR about lessons learned from the Osage Nation’s litigation victory against Enel Green Power North America over Enel’s failure to secure all of the property rights necessary to construct its wind energy project on Osage Nation land.
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Environmental Law Chair Jeff Porter recently spoke to Law360 about the implications of EPA’s proposal to regulate nine PFAS as “hazardous constituents” at properties subject to Corrective Action under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
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Inside EPA quoted Environmental Law Chair Jeff Porter in an article about the Navy’s settlement of a Clean Water Act citizen suit by agreeing to obtain a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for its continued operation of a firing range on the Potomac River.
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Environmental Law Chair Jeff Porter was quoted by Inside EPA in its reporting on a 10th Circuit decision to reverse a district court ruling that a Colorado gold mine was not required to obtain a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for its settling ponds.
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Environmental Law Chair Jeff Porter spoke with Inside EPA about a 5th Circuit Court of Appeals holding that the Supreme Court’s Sackett decision compels the conclusion that a property is outside Federal Clean Water Act jurisdiction. Porter noted that the 5th Circuit’s opinion doesn’t even mention EPA’s post-Sackett regulation on the topic, providing further evidence that the era of judicial deference to EPA is coming to an end.
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BOSTON – Twenty-five Mintz attorneys have been named to Boston Magazine’s Top Lawyers list.
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Environmental Law Chair, Jeff Porter, spoke to Inside EPA about the announcement that the EPA will reopen cleanups for PFAS-contaminated sites on a case-by-case basis. He concluded this concerted push for reopenings could have monumental implications.
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Environmental Law Chair, Jeff Porter, spoke to Bloomberg Law about how PFAS liabilities threaten a corporate bankruptcy wave. Large industrial corporations are attracting the bulk of PFAS litigation due to their size and historic role in chemical production.
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Environmental Law Chair, Jeff Porter was interviewed by InsideEPA on a new bill brought by House Democrats that aims to reverse Sackett v EPA, restoring some US waters and wetlands protections.
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Mintz is pleased to announce that 32 attorneys have been named Massachusetts Super Lawyers and 27 attorneys have been named Massachusetts Rising Stars for 2023.
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Environmental Law Chair, Jeff Porter, spoke to Bloomberg Law about legal challenges EPA may face to its new Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification Rule which allows states to hold up projects requiring Federal permits or licenses.
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Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeff Porter discussed the most recent attempt by EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers to say what is a Water of the United States covered by the Clean Water Act with The National Law Journal.
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Inside EPA quoted Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeff Porter in an article discussing requests from water utilities that EPA delay further regulation of PFAS under the Federal Superfund law also known as CERCLA.
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Mintz is pleased to announce that 120 firm attorneys have been recognized as leaders by Best Lawyers® in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©.
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The National Law Journal quoted Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeff Porter in an article analyzing the EPA's pending wetland revision for the Clean Water Act.
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Inside EPA quoted Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter in an article discussing the legal challenges any EPA and Army Corps of Engineers Waters of the United States regulation could face.
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BOSTON –Mintz announced today that 39 of its practices and 81 of its attorneys earned recognition in the 2023 edition of Chambers USA, a guide to the country’s leading law firms.
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Inside EPA quoted Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter in an article regarding the Supreme Court's decision to reject petitions for certiorari in two cases, known as Dakota Finance LLC, dba Arabella Farm, et al., v. Naturaland Trust, et al.
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Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter participated in a Q&A with JD Supra where he discussed how beneficial writing and thought leadership can be for building a network.
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E&E News quoted Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter in an article about the uncertain timeline of the New England Clean Energy Connect, a transmission line linking hydroelectric dams in Canada to the Northeast.
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Inside EPA quoted Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter in an article about the setbacks facing President Biden's WOTUS rule.
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EHS Daily Advisor referenced an article written by Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter about a 9th Circuit decision regarding the Clean Water Act.
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BOSTON – Mintz is pleased to announce that Environmental Law Chair Jeffrey R. Porter and Energy & Sustainability Co-Chair Sahir Surmeli have been named ‘Top Authors’ in their respective fields by JD Supra in its 2023 Readers’ Choice Awards.
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Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter spoke to Inside EPA about President Biden's WOTUS rule and how it compares to the Obama administration's.
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Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter spoke to Inside EPA about the expected challenges following President Biden's revised WOTUS (Waters of the United States) rule.
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Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter spoke to Inside EPA about President Biden's EPA Rule dictating which Waters of the United States (WOTUS) are subject to the Clean Water Act (CWA).
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BOSTON- Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice, Jeff Porter, has been recognized by the esteemed legal publication Lawdragon as an elite practitioner in the field of environmental law.
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BOSTON – Two Mintz Members will serve on incoming Attorney General Andrea Campbell’s transition team, with Mintz Health Member Brent Henry taking on the role of Co-Chair of the Transition Committee.
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Mintz is pleased to announce that Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice, Jeff Porter, has been named to one of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor-elect's six transition committees. He is the only practicing environmental attorney serving on the committee.
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In its second annual edition, 28 Mintz attorneys were named to Boston Magazine’s Top Lawyers list.
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35 Mintz attorneys have been named Massachusetts Super Lawyers and 25 Mintz attorneys have been named Massachusetts Rising Stars for 2022.
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Mintz’s Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted in an article published by Bloomberg Law examining a test used by the federal government to determine what waters and wetlands are protected under the Clean Water Act.
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Mintz’s Environmental Law Practice Chair Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted in an article published by Engineering News-Record discussing the new Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) which aims to propel renewable energy projects.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeff Porter was quoted in an article published by Inside EPA on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s attempt to resolve the decades long controversy over the reach of the Clean Water Act and what the Supreme Court might have to say about it.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeff Porter authored a Law360 Expert Analysis column examining the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps)’ most recent proposed definition of "Waters of the United States." In the article, Mr. Porter discussed the legal challenges EPA, the Corps, and property owners face going forward.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeff Porter authored an article published by the American College of Environmental Lawyers examining the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ most recent proposed definition of “Waters of the United States."
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An article published by Inside EPA quoted Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeff Porter on potential new legal barriers to environmentalists demonstrating standing to bring citizen suits under environmental laws, particularly under a Supreme Court with a new conservative majority.
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An article published by Inside EPA quoted Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeff Porter on a recent ruling in Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) v. ExxonMobil, which highlights a growing concern over whether courts or EPA has the most authority in administering highly technical aspects of the Clean Water Act (CWA).
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In an article published by Bloomberg Law, Mintz Member Jeff Porter commented on the oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court in Guam v. United States. The Supreme Court will determine whether a 2004 Clean Water Act settlement between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Guam will prevent Guam from seeking from the U.S. Navy contribution toward the cost of cleaning up a former Navy dump in Guam under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, also known as the Superfund statute.
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In an article published by the Boston Business Journal, Mintz Member Jeff Porter was consulted regarding the legal consequences of a recent Massachusetts Superior Court ruling invalidating Boston’s Downtown Municipal Harbor Plan.
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In a Boston.com and Globe.com article, Mintz Member Jeff Porter was quoted extensively on the significance of a recent Massachusetts Superior Court decision invalidating Boston’s Downtown Municipal Harbor Plan. Mr. Porter suggested that the Government’s need to respond to the ruling could be an opportunity for a 21st century refreshing of the Commonwealth’s 20th century coastal development rules, adding “it’s probably the most significant waterfront decision in 15 or 20 years.”
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm's Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted in an article published by Inside EPA on the likely impact of a recent decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in United States v. Lucero, which overturned a conviction for an alleged Clean Water Act (CWA) violation, noting that he believes the ruling “could reduce criminal prosecutions of CWA violations,” among other observations.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted in article published by Inside EPA on a potential increase in Clean Water Act (CWA) citizen suits in the wake of County of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund and how the Biden administration may issue new guidance on the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
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An article published by Inside EPA quoted remarks made by Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter during a recent Mintz webinar on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund and increased uncertainty over the reach of the federal Clean Water Act despite guidance issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at the very end of the Trump administration. The webinar recording is available here.
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In an article published by Bloomberg Law, Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter criticized draft guidance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) clarifying permitting requirements for pollution discharges into federal waters, which was issued in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s April ruling in Country of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund. 
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted in E&E News on the potential impact of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)’s Superfund memo for companies working on environmental cleanups.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter authored an article published by the American College of Environmental Lawyers on Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Bossert Clark’s recent edict decreeing that the federal government will not make the same Clean Water Act claims as a state unless there is a good reason to do so.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted in an article published by Law360 on the U.S. Department of Justice’s July 27 memo that formalized the federal government’s policy of staying out of state civil enforcement matters under the Clean Water Act.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted in an article published by Law360 on President Trump’s judicial picks and their potential influence on environmental case law and future litigation.
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In an article published by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted extensively on the U.S. Supreme Court’s April 23 decision in County of Maui, Hawaii v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund, which ruled that the Clean Water Act regulates certain discharges of pollutants flowing through groundwater to the ocean or other navigable waters.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter authored a Law360 expert analysis article on the U.S. Supreme Court’s April 23 decision in County of Maui, Hawaii v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund.
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An article published by Law360 reported that Mintz successfully defended the Wychmere Beach Club, a small Massachusetts resort property, in a lawsuit brought by the Conservation Law Foundation alleging that the Beach Club’s wastewater treatment facility needs a federal permit under the Clean Water Act in addition to the state permit it already has under the Massachusetts Clean Waters Act because the treated effluent from the wastewater treatment facility percolates through soil to groundwater that is connected to Wychmere Harbor. In the ruling, U.S. District Judge William Young agreed that the Beach Club’s discharges were not covered by the federal law.

The Mintz team representing the Wychmere Beach Club includes Mintz Member and Chair of the firm's Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter, and Co-Chairs of the firm's Appellate Practice Andrew N. Nathanson (Special Counsel) and Emily Kanstroom Musgrave (Member).
Mintz Member and Chair of the Environmental Law practice Jeff Porter was quoted in a duo of articles published by Law360 that examined the biggest environmental law rulings in 2019 so far and environmental policy to watch through the end of the year.


In a July 12 article, Mr. Porter discussed one of the biggest environment-related regulations to watch in the second half of 2019.

In particular, he commented on the EPA’s new narrower definition of "waters of the U.S." under the Clean Water Act, which is expected to be finalized by December. “Just as the Obama rule was challenged in court by various states and industry groups, the Trump rule will face its own legal battles,” Mr. Porter said.

In a July 8 article, Mr. Porter discussed one of the most significant rulings in environmental law during the first half of 2019.

In particular, he commented on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to limit courts' ability to defer to federal agencies' interpretations of their own regulations. “With their newfound leeway, judges could begin to wade more deeply into controversial and science-heavy issues like climate change and water quality disputes,” Mr. Porter said.
This Law360 “Expert Analysis” column, authored by Mintz Member and Chair of the Environmental Practice Jeff Porter, notes that amid the ongoing chaos of competing Clean Water Act judicial decisions and agency actions, it is clear that Congress should have taken necessary action.
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Mintz partner and Massachusetts lawyer Julie Korostoff is one of 49 attorneys recognized as “Leaders in Their Fields” by the 2018 Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business guide. Chambers named Korostoff a “Recognized Practitioner” in Technology.
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Best Lawyers named 85 Mintz attorneys to its 2018 list of The Best Lawyers in America. In addition, Mintz attorneys Matthew J. Gardella and Samuel M. Tony Starr were named “Lawyer of the Year” in their respective practice areas.
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Jeff Porter, Chair of Mintz’s Environmental Law Section, is quoted in a Boston Business Journal article discussing Massachusetts Governor Baker’s new greenhouse gas regulations and the role played by energy industry.
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Jeffrey R. Porter, Chair of the Environmental Law Practice at Mintz, has been elected to Boston Harbor Now’s Board of Trustees. As a Trustee, Mr. Porter will bring his three decades of experience at the intersection of law, business, and the environment.
Mintz attorneys represented GE in the acquisition and permitting of GE Innovation Point, GE’s new corporate headquarters. The acquisition marks a major milestone for GE, which in January 2016 announced its decision to move to Boston.
Jeff Porter, Member and Chair of Mintz’s Environmental Law Section, is quoted in a Bloomberg BNA Daily Environment Report feature article on the hazardous waste recycling case involving the American Petroleum Institute and the EPA.
Jeffrey R. Porter, Chair of the Environmental Law Practice at Mintz, is one of sixteen lawyers elected a Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers.
Fifty-three Mintz attorneys have been named Massachusetts Super Lawyers for 2016 and thirty-one have been named Massachusetts Rising Stars. The findings will be published in the November 2016 issue of Boston Magazine and in a stand-alone magazine, New England Super Lawyers. 
Best Lawyers named 73 Mintz attorneys to its 2017 list of The Best Lawyers in America. Mintz attorneys selected for inclusion in this year’s list span 44 practice areas. 
Firm’s National Healthcare Practice, NY Corporate/M&A and Litigation: General Commercial Among Newest Rankings
The 2015 Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business guide names 52 Mintz, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.  attorneys as “Leaders in Their Fields.”
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Recognition & Awards

  • Forbes Top 200 Lawyers list

  • Chambers USA: Massachusetts (Band 1) – Environment (2004 – 2023)

  • Recognized as a Lawdragon 500 Leading U.S. Environmental Lawyer (2023 - 2024)

  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's Go To Environmental/Energy Lawyers (2023)

  • Best Lawyers in America: Boston Litigation - Environmental Lawyer of the Year (2022)

  • Featured in Best Lawyers in America, Environmental Law, Litigation (2006 – 2024)

  • JD Supra Readers' Choice Awards Top Author, Environmental (2022, 2024)

  • Global Law Experts, Environmental Lawyer of the Year in Massachusetts (2024)

  • Lexology Legal Influencers for Infrastructure - US (Q2 2021, Q3 2021, Q2 2022)

  • Included on the Massachusetts Super Lawyers: Environmental list (2004 – 2023)

  • Boston Magazine Top Lawyers – Environmental (2023)

  • Acquisition International Legal Award, US Environmental Law Firm of the Year (2011 – 2016)

  • Acquisition International Global Excellence Awards, Most Outstanding Environmental Lawyer – Boston (2018)

  • Who's Who Legal: Environment & Climate Change (2022 - 2023)

  • Who’s Who in American Law

  • Who’s Who in the World

  • Guide to the World’s Leading Environmental Lawyers

  • The International Who’s Who of Environmental Lawyers

  • Phi Beta Kappa

  • Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent

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Involvement

  • Fellow and Member of Executive Committee, American College of Environmental Lawyers
  • Trustee, Massachusetts Environmental Trust
  • Trustee, The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts
  • Member, Bureau of Waste Site Clean Up Advisory Committee, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
  • Former Board Chair, Boston Harbor Now
  • Former Member, Board of Directors, MassDevelopment
  • Former Chair, Trustee Council, The Nature Conservancy (and former Chair, Massachusetts Chapter)
  • Former Board Member, Boston Harbor Island Alliance (past Vice-Chair and Treasurer)
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Member, Boston Bar Association
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Jeffrey R. Porter

Member / Chair, Environmental Law Practice

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