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Miller Nash’s Environmental Team Adds Experienced Attorney Fabio Dworschak



Miller Nash welcomes Fabio Dworschak to the firm’s environmental & natural resources team. Fabio is based in Miller Nash’s Seattle office and represents private and public clients in a wide variety of disputes arising from the local and federal environmental statutes, breach of contract, and business and environmental torts. Fabio also advises on natural resources matters, including regulatory issues related to the Clean Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Toxic Substances Control Act, and tribal law. With broad experience with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), Fabio advises on emerging contaminant issues and possible environmental contamination on current and legacy sites.

“Fabio is an excellent addition to the Miller Nash team. Our clients will benefit greatly from Fabio’s commitment to client service, industry knowledge, and thoughtful approach to his work,” says Nicole McLaughlin, environmental & natural resources chair.

Before law school, Fabio served as an Army medic during deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq, earning the Combat Medic Badge in Iraq for medical services rendered while under hostile fire. Fabio continues to serve others by devoting significant time to providing pro bono assistance to his community, veterans, and individuals who have suffered injustice at the hand of government actors.

About Fabio Dworschak

As a trial and appellate advocate, Fabio provides timely, thorough and pragmatic counsel during all phases of cases and disputes. In doing so, he places an emphasis on communication and collaboration with clients. Fabio began his legal career as a law clerk for Judge Rolando Olvera in the Southern District of Texas. While in law school, he served as an extern in the Washington State Supreme Court for Justice Sheryl Gordon McCloud and in King County Superior Court for Judge Carol A. Schapira (Ret.). Fabio received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston before earning his law degree at Seattle University School of Law and LL.M. degree at the University of Houston Law Center.

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