Kim Logue

Kimberly Logue specializes in environmental risk and compliance. With over fifteen years of experience in the areas of environmental and natural resources law, Ms. Logue provides consulting and expert services for industrial facilities and law firms throughout the country. She has extensive experience with assessing and managing potential and ongoing compliance obligations with innovative client-focused strategies. Ms. Logue conducts environmental compliance audits, advises clients on the development of effective environmental management systems, and conducts due diligence associated with mergers and acquisitions. She routinely supports clients on rulemaking and legislative efforts focused on environmental and natural resources issues.

Key Expertise

  • Environmental Compliance
  • Risk Identification & Management
  • Agency Interface
  • Environmental Auditing
  • Independent Monitorship
  • Due Diligence
  • Regulatory Advocacy
  • Environmental Management System Development

Professional Affiliations/Memberships/Licenses/Training

  • Member of the Bar in Texas and Arkansas
  • Member of the Bar for the United States Supreme Court, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and various District Courts
  • American Bar Association – Section on Environment, Energy, & Resources
  • Texas Bar Association – Environment & Natural Resources Law Section
  • Arkansas Bar Association – Environmental Law Section
  • Environmental Law Network – Young Lawyers Division

J.S. Held is recognized as an ENR Top 200 Environmental Consulting Firm and industry leader in the Verdantix Green Quadrant for Sustainability & ESG Consulting.

Insights by Kim Logue

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Will Derivative Shareholder Litigation Be the New Firing Line for Ensuring Achievement of Corporate Sustainability Goals?
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Water Cybersecurity? EPA Mandates Regulations to Prevent Cyberattacks on Public Water Systems
This article discusses the EPA memorandum, including its impacts, the regulatory basis for the new requirement, how cybersecurity reviews will...
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