Gregory S. Narsh is of counsel in the Detroit and Harrisburg offices of Pepper Hamilton LLP, concentrating in environmental, safety and health matters. Mr. Narsh’s practice focuses largely on regulatory, compliance and administrative matters, but includes administrative litigation as well. He also is a member of the firm’s Sustainability, CleanTech and Climate Change Team, and is a Fellow of the Pepper Center for Public Service.
Prior to beginning the practice of law in 1992, Mr. Narsh, formerly a chemical engineer, spent 12 years with Monsanto Company, where, for more than eight years, he was responsible for safety and/or environmental compliance at a large chemical manufacturing facility, giving him more than 35 years of combined industry and legal experience. His responsibilities at Monsanto included completing all required state and federal environmental reporting obligations (e.g., annual EPCRA/SARA III reporting, state air emissions inventory reporting, RCRA Biennial reporting, etc.). Mr. Narsh has taught environmental law as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
Mr. Narsh’s environmental practice covers all areas of state and federal safety, health and environmental law, including air, water and waste issues. Mr. Narsh also has a comprehensive national safety and health practice as well as experience working with state and federal administrative agencies generally. He has handled numerous compliance and enforcement matters with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), the Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration and others.