by Patch Staff
Those who were promoted include Hallie M. Meushaw and Anthony D. Greene, both of whom are based at the firm's Atlanta headquarters and Mamta K. Shah out of its New York offices.
"These three attorneys have worked hard to achieve their promotions to Of Counsel,” Troutman Sanders managing partner Stephen E. Lewis said in a statement. “The firm appreciates their hard work, dedication and commitment to the firm, and looks forward to their continued success at Troutman Sanders."
Meushaw, who lives in Candler Park, obtained her law degree from the University of Virginia in 2002 and joined Troutman Sanders in 2003.
She is a member of the firm’s Environmental & Natural Resources and Energy & Energy-Related Practices practice groups, as well as the firm’s Climate Change team.
Before joining the firm, she was a research assistant at Rand Corp. (Environmental Science & Policy Center) in Washington, from 1998 to 1999; a project coordinator for Science & Policy Associates, Inc. in Washington, D.C.; and a paralegal for Land and Water Fund in Bose, Idaho, in 1997.
Meushaw represents electric utility and other clients on a range of compliance matters, including permitting, rulemaking, and enforcement actions. She also counsels clients on issues arising under the Federal Power Act and Clean Water Act, among others.
Of Counsel typically refers to an attorney who practices law at a firm but on a different track from that firm's mainstream lawyers.