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Breck C. Tostevin

Breck (he/him) is an experienced environmental and natural resource law attorney. His practice areas include civil litigation, family law, contaminated sites, environmental insurance coverage, oil spill contingency plan compliance, Clean Water Act and Clean Air Act compliance, and administrative law. Before joining Nielsen Koch & Grannis as counsel in August 2017, he was an Assistant Attorney General in the Alaska Attorney General’s Office. From October 1989 until July 2017, he represented the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation in a variety of environmental matters, including oil spills, contaminated site cleanups, leaking underground storage tanks, federal facility cleanups, oil discharge prevention and contingency plans, and wreck removal actions. Breck received his bachelor’s degree from Occidental College in Los Angeles, CA and his law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. He was a law clerk for Alaska Supreme Court Justice Daniel A. Moore, Jr.

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