Kevin Reid Murray is a partner in the Salt Lake City Office of Holland & Hart. Clients turn to Kevin for his ability to identify creative solutions for routine and landmark hazardous substances, remediation, and redevelopment matters.
Kevin is known for his innovative and unique resolutions to complex contamination issues, especially involving multi-jurisdictional and multi-agency matters (particularly EPA and NRC) in the mining, real estate, energy, petroleum, nuclear, and manufacturing industries. His practice focuses on managing environmental liabilities, repurposing real estate assets, and creating value through property remediation and planning. Kevin is respected for his strategic approach to crafting cutting-edge solutions that deliver maximum value for his clients, that range from the largest international corporations to individual landowners. He has been the lead attorney for billions of dollars of acquisition and development of environmentally-challenged assets worldwide, including many Superfund sites. Kevin has significant experience with CERCLA, RCRA, state hazardous waste laws, and related programs, and substantial experience with uranium mine and mill remediation and decommissioning. His practice expertise also includes the Clean Water Act, where he counsels clients on compliance and water quality matters. He is an adjunct professor of law at the University of Utah College of Law and the Brigham Young University College of Law teaching Real Estate Finance and Transactions, and Real Estate Development. Kevin is also the President Elect of the American College of Environmental Lawyers and a member of the Editorial Board of the ABA Natural Resources and Environment Journal.