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James Aldredge is a regulatory, administrative, and environmental attorney focused on creative solutions for water and wastewater suppliers. James is skilled at navigating the increasingly complicated and confusing tangle of State and Federal regulatory agencies. He focuses on clearing regulatory hurdles while taking the time to explain the nuances of agency processes so that his clients always know where they stand. James represents clients before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC), and the State Office of Administrative Hearings, as well as other administrative agencies and state judicial courts.

James’ past experience serving as counsel for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality equipped him with unique insights and a familiarity with the inner-workings of water rights, districts, utilities, and water quality regulation in Texas. 

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