PFAS generally refers to a family of substances commonly known as “forever chemicals” because the chemicals do not readily break down in the environment and are bio-accumulative. PFAS can be found in many products, including non-stick cookware, cosmetics, and products advertised as waterproof or water resistant. PFAS are also commonly used in the food industry
Kimberly concentrates her practice in the fields of commercial, civil, and environmental litigation. She has significant experience guiding clients on environmental compliance matters involving state and federal environmental laws (e.g., RCRA, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Indiana’s ELA, and CERCLA), issues pertaining to the transfer of contaminated or potentially contaminated property, and assisting in the recovery of insurance when issues of environmental legal liability arise. She utilizes her litigation skills to assist her clients in defending enforcement actions, responding to agency requests, and other administrative disputes, including representing clients in permitting appeals.