Marten Law Adds Washington D.C., Boston Offices

Expands Environmental and Energy Practice

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Marten Law is pleased to announce its expansion to the East Coast, with the addition of James Pollack in Boston, MA, and Jack Lyman in Washington, D.C. The firm also announces the addition of Lawson Fite in Portland, OR, and Ana Nina in Seattle, WA.

Lawson Fite joins Marten’s Portland office as a Partner, and Co-Chair of Marten’s Natural Resources Practice. He draws on over 15 years of experience working in private practice and for several years as Chief Counsel of a timber trade association. He has represented clients in more than 50 cases in federal and state trial and appellate courts, including the United States Supreme Court. He was a law clerk for Justice Walter L. Carpeneti of the Alaska Supreme Court, and earned his J.D. at Harvard Law School.

Jack Lyman has established Marten’s Washington D.C. office after over 7 years in governmental and private practice. Jack litigated air, water, and waste cases on behalf of federal agencies at the U.S. Department of Justice. In private practice, Jack focuses on regulatory and transactional matters for clients in the chemical, manufacturing, and energy, and litigation matters on behalf of transportation clients. He earned his J.D. at the University of North Carolina School of Law.

Ana Nina joins Marten’s Seattle office as an associate. Before earning her J.D. in the United States, Ana worked for many years as an environmental lawyer in Brazil, and taught law in the U.S. and Brazil. At Marten, she counsels clients in business transactions and regulatory enforcement matters. Ana earned her J.D. at the Global Accelerated JD Program at the Seattle University School of Law. She also has a PhD from Pontifical Catholic University-RJ, and a LLM from Harvard Law School.

James Pollack joins Marten’s Boston office as an associate. James counsels clients on the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act. He also advises tech clients with compliance, sustainability, and ESG matters. Prior to joining Marten Law, James clerked for Chief Judge Brian M. Morris of the United States District Court, District of Montana in Great Falls, MT. He earned his J.D. at Harvard Law School while also earning an MPP from the John F. Kennedy School of Government.


Keelin Kelly


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