Dallas
214.745.5232 Direct
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ccarruth@winstead.com

Clark Carruth is a member of Winstead's Finance & Banking Practice Group. Clark advises clients regarding environmental issues in real property and corporate transactions including lending, buying, selling, and leasing.  Clark is particularly skilled in finding transactional solutions for environmental issues to bring deals to the finish line.  He provides legal expertise tailored to protecting clients from environmental liabilities with a careful focus on preserving marketability for future transactions. 

He is experienced in federal environmental issues including RCRA, CERCLA, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and NEPA.  Within Texas, Clark helps clients navigate the TCEQ and RRC Voluntary Cleanup Programs, The Texas Risk Reduction Program, the TCEQ Innocent Owner Program, Municipal Setting Designations, and underground storage tanks and oil and gas-related issues.

Representative Experience

  • Environmental Due Diligence
  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Loan Documentation
  • Merger or Acquisition Agreements
  • Environmental Indemnity and Escrow Agreements
  • Environmental Insurance
  • Lease Environmental Provisions
  • Oversight of Environmental Testing and Remediation

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