Jennifer Hartman King is the founder and President of Hartman King PC. and focuses on environmental matters.
Ms. Hartman King represents clients in a broad range of federal, state and local environmental and regulatory matters, including providing regulatory advice, developing and implementing compliance programs, litigating disputes in state and federal court, defending government enforcement actions, advising on site investigation and remediation, and representing clients in real estate matters involving contaminated property.
Ms. Hartman King’s substantive expertise includes such areas as the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), the federal Clean Air Act (CAA), the federal Clean Water Act (CWA), California’s Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act (Porter-Cologne), California’s Hazardous Waste Control Law, and the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32).
Ms. Hartman King handles matters before various federal and state administrative agencies, such as the United States Environmental Protection Agency and its regional offices, the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the State Water Resources Control Board, the regional water quality control boards, local air quality management and air pollution control districts, and the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, among others.
Ms. Hartman King also has deep expertise in weights and measures laws. Representing clients with operations throughout the United States, she provides compliance advice, develops and presents employee training programs and defends administrative, civil and criminal enforcement actions.
• Featured in Northern California Super Lawyers annual publication, “The Artful Dance,” August 2018
• Featured in Sacramento Magazine, “Faces of Environmental and Real Estate Law in Downtown Sacramento,” March 2016
• Featured in Sacramento Magazine, “Getting Started: Six Women Entrepreneurs Explain What It Took To Launch Their Businesses,” October 2014
• Environmental Law Update, “Eleventh Circuit Joins Swelling Tide of Rulings that § 113 Contribution is the Exclusive CERCLA Remedy Available to Parties Subject to Consent Decrees,” Co-Author, 2012
• Environmental Law Update, “U.S. Supreme Court Issues Landmark CERCLA Decision Allowing Cost Recovery of Voluntarily Incurred Cleanup Costs – But Some Issues Remain,” Author, 2007
• Shopping Center Management Insider & Professional Office Building Management, Vendome Publications, “New EPA Rule Requires Buyers, Tenants to Broaden Environmental Investigation” (2006), Contributor and Insider Source
• Commercial Tenant’s Lease Insider & Commercial Lease Law Insider, Vendome Publications, “Tenants Can Protect Against Environmental Liability By Complying With EPA Rule,” (2006), Contributor and Insider Source
• Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, Former Staff Member
• Industrial Environmental Association (IEA), “Trends in Hazardous Material Business Plan (HMBP) Inspections & Submitting Compliant HMBPs,” (2018), Presenter
• CalCIMA, “Trends in California Unified Program (CUPA) Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP) Inspections,” (2018), Presenter
• California State Bar Annual Conference, “Latest Legal Trends in In-Fill Development,” (2014), Presenter
• Association of Commercial Real Estate, “Make More Money, Successfully Close More Transactions: New Federal Due Diligence Requirements,” (2006), Presenter
• Lorman Education Services, “Environmental Concerns in Commercial Real Estate Transactions,” (2006), Presenter
Lorman Education Services, “Commercial Real Estate Financing: Environmental Aspects of Commercial Real Estate Transactions,” (2005), Presenter
Hartman King PC is one of many member law firms of the Zuber Lawler Global network, as is Zuber Lawler. Each Law firm in the network is an independent law firm. Engagement of one law firm in the network does not create any attorney-client relationship with or any liability on the part of any other law firm in the network.