Emilee Mooney Scott is a member of the firm's Environmental, Energy + Telecommunications Group, with experience in facility compliance and transactional matters. Her experience includes a long-term placement in the legal department of a client, a multinational manufacturer, where she worked closely with the in-house and outside environmental and transactional counsel as well as corporate and facility environmental personnel.
Emilee assists clients in complying with federal and state environmental laws, with a particular focus on the management of hazardous and toxic substances. In particular, she has assisted clients with Toxic Substances Control Act registration and reporting requirements, the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act compliance, and facility chemical safety matters.
Emilee helps clients understand, manage and limit environmental risk associated with business and property transactions. She also assists clients in complying with transaction-triggered compliance requirements like the Connecticut Transfer Act. Emilee was appointed to the Working Group jointly convened by Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Department of Economic and Community Development under Public Act 20-9 to advise on Connecticut’s forthcoming release-based environmental investigation and remediation program. She has previously co-chaired two other Working Group subcommittees.
Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Emilee was a legislative fellow for the Connecticut General Assembly's Office of Legislative Research, where she conducted nonpartisan legal and public policy research. Before attending law school, she was a research analyst at an economic consulting firm in Massachusetts, assessing mass tort and environmental liabilities of companies in energy and mineral processing sectors.
Emilee is a regular contributor to the firm's Manufacturing Law Blog, which covers legal news and related business issues facing manufacturers and distributors.