Ms. Thomsen’s practice focuses on environmental litigation and regulatory compliance. Ms. Thomsen’s litigation experience includes complex suits arising under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) as well as cleanup-related cases involving contract disputes and Government contract claims.
As part of her litigation and CERCLA work, Ms. Thomsen engages with experts and consultants on cost allocation, cost support, and remediation issues. Ms. Thomsen also monitors and regularly advises clients on CERCLA enforcement and case law developments.
In addition, Ms. Thomsen assists clients on Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Clean Water Act (CWA), wildlife, and state law matters. Her RCRA and CWA work includes advising clients on coal ash liability and regulatory issues. Ms. Thomsen also advises clients on wildlife and water developments as they relate to energy projects, including renewable and clean energy projects.
Prior to joining Baker Botts in 2012, Ms. Thomsen interned for the Department of Justice. She also worked as legal research assistant at the University of Michigan in the area of liability insurance.