Natalia P. Teekah, an associate with the firm, concentrates her practice in the areas of environmental and land use matters. She advises clients on regulatory compliance, transactional due diligence, contaminated site redevelopment, and solid and hazardous waste matters. She has experience in handling a wide range of environmental issues arising under the Spill Compensation and Control Act, Solid Waste Management Act, NEPA, Freshwater Wetlands Protection Act, CERCLA, RCRA, ISRA, Blue Acres, stormwater management rules, environmental cleanup cost recovery, and supplemental environmental projects.
Before joining Hyland Levin Shapiro, Natalia practiced law in the environmental department of another South Jersey law firm. Prior to that, she was a student clinician at the Environmental and Natural Resources Legal Clinic at Vermont Law School. Natalia was also previously a legal researcher and legislative extern with Vermont Public Interest Research Group, the largest environmental advocacy organization in the state of Vermont. She also served on the Executive Board of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law.
Natalia is a graduate of Vermont Law School (J.D. 2018) and Emory University (B.S. 2012).
In her free time, Natalia enjoys reading, traveling, and SCUBA diving, and she hopes to take up fencing again—a hobby that she enjoyed during college.
Finalizing, and implementing a Consent Decree with a Supplemental Environmental Project resolving Clean Air Act violations;
Spearheading a successful cost recovery negotiation under NJ Spill Compensation and Control Act; and
Contributing to negotiations leading to a multi-million-dollar settlement in client’s favor.
“Environmental Consideration in Real Estate Transactions”, NBI, November 2021
Vermont Law School (J.D. 2018)
Emory University (B.S. 2012)
- New Jersey