Lozeau Drury LLP is an environmental law firm representing non-profit environmental and recreational groups, labor organizations, neighborhood associations, and Indian tribes in their efforts to create and protect livable neighborhoods and cities, clean up air and water pollution, protect endangered species, protect open spaces, reduce exposures to toxic pollutants, and create clean, safe jobs.
Partners Richard Drury and Michael Lozeau have spent over two decades creating and implementing cutting edge strategies that have given their clients the tools to effectively address some of California’s most intractable pollution problems and go head-to-head with some of the state’s most powerful adversaries, including oil refineries, timber companies, federal and state agencies, and big developers.
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Mike Lozeau has been practicing environmental law in the San Francisco Bay area for over twenty years. He graduated with Honors from Rutgers Law School-Newark in 1989 where he helped establish the Rutgers Public Interest Law Foundation. In 2003, the San Francisco Chronicle named Mike one of the Top 25 lawyers in the San Francisco Bay area. Mike sits on the Executive Committee of the Environmental Law Section of the Bar Association of San Francisco, as well as on the Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Audubon Society.
Mike has extensive experience representing public interest clients on matters involving the federal Clean Water Act and state clean water laws, including California’s Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act. He is equally at home before both federal and state courts as well as California’s regional water quality control boards and the State Water Resources Control Board. Mike also has handled cases involving numerous other statutes, including the federal Endangered Species Act, the California Endangered Species Act, CEQA, NEPA and the California Coastal Act.
Richard Toshiyuki Drury has been practicing environmental law in the San Francisco Bay area for over twenty years, and is one of the leading environmental lawyers in the State. He graduated with honors from the Yale Law School in 1990, and clerked for Chief Judge Thelton E. Henderson of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Richard is one of the only attorneys ever named Attorney of the Year by the California Lawyer magazine three times, in 2002, 2009, and 2011. In 2003, he received the prestigious Environmental Leadership Award from the Ecology Law Quarterly. He served on the Executive Committee of the Environmental Law Section of the California State Bar, and was co-chair of the State Bar’s Environmental Law Conference in 2007, 2008, and 2009.
Richard has extensive experience representing non-profit organizations and labor unions in matters involving the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the state and federal Clean Air Acts, Proposition 65, and many other environmental laws. He has litigated over fifty lawsuits in both state and federal court through trial, settlement, or other negotiated resolution. He has extensive experience in bringing labor unions and environmental organizations together to achieve common goals of securing clean, safe jobs and a better environment.