Struby Joins Stinson's Environmental Practice in Jefferson City as Of Counsel
Stinson LLP is pleased to announce that Sarah Lintecum Struby has joined the firm's Jefferson City office as of counsel in the Energy, Environmental, Mining and Transportation Practice Division.
Struby's practice is focused on representing clients in administrative negotiations with the Environmental Protection Agency and state governmental agencies, and advising clients regarding their regulatory requirements. She has extensive experience litigating environmental claims, including cost recovery and contribution claims under the federal Superfund law. Struby also advises clients on compliance and permitting under federal and state environmental laws and regulations.
"Sarah brings extensive experience and an impressive background that encompasses the legal environmental landscape. She is highly respected in the environmental legal community, and we are thrilled to have her join our practice at the firm," Stinson's Energy, Environmental, Mining and Transportation Practice Division Chair Jim Bertrand said. Deputy Practice Division Chair Andy Davis added, "Sarah's knowledge of the law and environmental regulations is exceptional, as is her ability to effectively provide clients with insight into environmental legal risks and regulatory compliance and permitting under state and federal environmental laws."
Struby was recently honored by Missouri Lawyers Weekly with the 2022 Up & Coming Award. This award recognizes early-career attorneys who demonstrate professional excellence while making a positive impact on their profession and communities through volunteer service and leadership.
Prior to joining the firm, Struby was an environmental and insurance recovery attorney at a Midwest AmLaw 200 firm. Before law, Struby was a Certified Public Accountant where she regularly reviewed federal and state corporate tax returns for a large private international conglomerate with operations in a variety of industries, including energy, plastics and insurance. This experience aids in her advisement of clients regarding financial implications that can affect the business operations and legal decisions a company makes.
Struby received her J.D. degree from the University of Missouri- Kansas City, and a Master of Accounting and Information Systems and bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas. She is admitted to practice laws in Kansas and Missouri.