Manley, Wendy

Author Description

Wendy Manley is an environmental attorney at the Oakland, California law firm Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP, where her practice focuses on environmental permitting, compliance counseling and litigation for both public and private parties. Her experience with water quality issues encompasses matters under the federal Clean Water Act, as well as state statutes, with particular emphasis on stormwater regulation, permitting, compliance and enforcement. She has handled issues involving National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits, state Waste Discharge Requirements, citizen suits, wetlands delineation, endangered species, federal and state environmental review, contamination remediation and cost recovery and Proposition 65. Wendy has a science background that includes laboratory and field research, having received a Masters in Marine Biology from the University of Oregon in addition to a B.S. in Biology. She is a graduate of the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, where she received a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law.

Authored Reports

Storm Water Regulation Update - Rough Waters In California,California Storm Water Regulation: State Intensifies Regulation of Runoff from Construction Sites,Stormwater Regulation Update: EPA Expanding Program,California Small MS4s Regulation: State Adopts