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Grant B. MacIntyre

MacIntyre, Grant B.


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Grant MacIntyre is a member of the firm's Environmental Strategies Group. He represents clients in federal and state environmental compliance and enforcement matters, including rules and mandates relating to greenhouse gases, the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Administrative Procedure Act rulemaking and judicial review.
Grant's recent experience includes advising a large bank regarding the environmental aspects of financings connected with formation of one of the largest master limited partnerships in the United States. He also advises clients regarding greenhouse gas PSD permitting issues and related regulatory requirements under the Clean Air Act. He assists clients throughout the regulatory process, including litigation and compliance assistance.
Prior to joining Bracewell, Grant was an Attorney-Adviser and a Special Assistant to the General Counsel with the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Office of General Counsel. Prior to joining EPA full-time, he was a member of the Summer Honors Program at the agency. He also served as a law clerk with the EPA's Office of General Counsel's Air and Radiation Law Office during law school.

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Publications and Speeches

Co-author, "Environmental Enforcement and Crimes" Chapter, The Year in Review 2013, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, American Bar Association, March 2014. 

Co-presenter, "Making the Most of Agency Requests for Comments," Environmental Law Institute Skills Seminar, December 10, 2013.

"EPA Takes Steps Towards Additional TSCA Regulation of E&P Fluids," Oil & Gas Financial Journal, July 16, 2013.


J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 2008
B.S., Cornell University, 2005

Bar Admissions

District of Columbia


Law Clerk, The United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of General Counsel, Air and Radiation Law Office
Topics Editor, Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law