Stan Millan is a member of Jones Walker's Business & Commercial Litigation Practice Group, and he divides his practice between transactional and litigation work. His practice consists of environmental law, administrative law, green and government contracts law. He is LEED® AP-certified by the US Green Building Council. Mr. Millan's practice extends to the entire panoply of air, water, and waste regulation, including compliance counseling and defense before the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ), and courts. His practice also includes endangered species and wetland regulation, dealing with the EPA, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the LDEQ, the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources (LDNR), and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. His government contracts work includes small business issues, bid protests, contract dispute claims, and negotiations of equitable adjustments. Mr. Millan's government contract practice involves the US Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, NASA, MARAD, and representation of both service contractors and GOCO facility contractors. His practice includes proposal preparations advice, bid protests, and Contract Disputes Act claims.
Mr. Millan has earned post-juris doctor degrees including a Master of Laws from The George Washington University Law School in 1974, and a Doctor of Juridical Science from Tulane University Law School in 1990. He is a Retired Colonel, JAGC, USAR. Mr. Millan is a Notary Public, State of Louisiana, Jefferson Parish, and has practiced law for more than 30 years.
Fall 2012 - Environmental Law: Hazardous Wastes & Substances
Environmental Enforcement; Federal Procurement Law