Ms. Huber is Co-Head of the Environmental Group in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department. She has provided advice for over 17 years to various financial institutions, private equity firms and other companies in a wide range of environmental matters, particularly in the context of mergers and acquisitions, and capital markets and other financing transactions. In addition, she has extensive experience in the treatment of environmental liabilities in bankruptcy, advising on complex environmental toxic tort liabilities, in environmental insurance and indemnification issues, as well as environmental corporate governance matters.
Ms. Huber, cited as an environmental law expert in numerous publications, including CFO.com, Directorship magazine, Financier Worldwide and Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst, speaks frequently on environmental law topics, including presentations on behalf of the Practising Law Institute and TheCorporateCounsel.net. In addition, she is the author of numerous articles published by The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, Association of Corporate Counsel/Lexology, TacklingGlobalWarming.com, the American Bar Association and the Environmental Law Institute, including a recent Harvard Law School Forum article on sustainability disclosure.
- B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1993 cum laude
- J.D., New York University School of Law, 1996, Articles Editor, Annual Survey of American Law
- Winner of 2013 Euromoney LMG Americas Women in Business Law Awards in Environment
- Listed as a leading lawyer in numerous legal industry publications, including:
- Band 1, New York: Environment – Chambers USA 2013 (listed since 2007)
- Law Business Research’s Who’s Who Legal – The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers - Environment (since 2010)
- Legalease’s Legal 500 U.S. 2011 in Environment: Transaction and Regulatory Law
- Practical Law Company’s Which lawyer? – USA, New York - Environment: Corporate
- Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers
- Member, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board, Advisory Council
- Environment, Energy and Resources Division, American Bar Association
- Environmental Law Institute