Administrative and regulatory law combines law, politics, science, and public policy. Preston crafts and presents arguments with the right mix of these elements to persuade elected officials, agency personnel, judges and other decision makers.
Preston focuses on environmental law but his expertise extends to a variety of contexts. He represents clients in administrative proceedings or negotiations with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, the Idaho Department of Water Resources, the Idaho Public Utilities Commission, the Idaho Department of Agriculture, the Idaho Department of Administration, the Idaho State Tax Commission, the Idaho State Police, Office of Alcohol Beverage Control, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the United States Forest Service and other state and federal agencies. He also helps clients obtain entitlements and economic incentives from city, county, and state governments.Preston’s litigation experience buttresses his administrative law expertise. He represents clients in judicial appeals and related lawsuits in federal and state court. He also defends clients from suits brought by third parties, such as environmental or neighborhood opposition groups, in state and federal court.
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