When faced with tough environmental law issues, industrial, manufacturing and corporate clients have called upon Phil Conner for over 25 years.
Focusing on environmental, health and safety law, Phil regularly represents companies and institutions in state, federal and administrative courts in matters involving toxic tort litigation, appeals on environmental permits and response to enforcement actions brought by regulatory agencies. Consultatively, he works with federal and state agencies to obtain a mutually desirable outcome which can often prevent litigation from taking place.
He frequently untangles legal matters related to the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act.
Prior to attending law school, Phil worked as a chemical laboratory technician and a technical sales representative. Both of these jobs required technical understanding that, along with his Bachelor of Science degree, have served him well as an environmental defense attorney.
He is a frequent author on environmental law issues and serves on the Greenville County Air Quality Steering Committee and the Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce Environmental Issues Committee.
Phil RecognizedBest Lawyers in America (2007-2013)
•Best Lawyers in America as Lawyer of the Year (2012-2013)
•Legal Elite of the Upstate byGreenville Business Magazine
Speaking & Writing
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May 29, 2014 Related EventsGreenville Chamber 2013 Annual Legislative Breakfast
December 12, 2013OverviewWriting
Chapter author, The Major Climate Change Issues and Priorities, Impact of Legal Climate Change, Thompson Reuters, 2008.
Chapter author, Air Regulation in South Carolina, Environmental Law in South Carolina, 2nd Edition, South Carolina Bar, 2006.