Nick Faas is a government regulation lawyer with experience in environmental, health & safety (EHS) matters, as well as in aviation matters.
Nick's EHS practice focuses on environmental due diligence in support of industrial business transactions. This includes advising clients on EHS liability issues within corporate transactions and tailoring due diligence investigations to deal-specific concerns. Nick has provided counsel on a number of successfully closed transactions, including recently for clients such as The Riverside Company and High Road Capital Partners. He also has experience in matters concerning site remediation and Superfund litigation.
Nick's aviation law experience includes FAA regulatory matters, aircraft leasing transactions, and aircraft finance issues. He has assisted in providing regulatory advice on FAA compliance issues, aircraft operations under Parts 91 and 125, aircraft emission standards, and maintenance and other recordkeeping. In 2017, Nick was part of the Firm's team that assisted an international oil company close numerous leasing transactions for commercial airliners. He prepared and finalized various documents for closing, including documents filed with the FAA to consummate the transaction.
Nick also is an active member of the community. He participates on the Propel Schools Council of Champions, a team of young professionals dedicated to raising awareness and support for Propel Schools (a group of nonprofit charter schools in the Pittsburgh area that are dedicated to providing high-performing public schools to economically disadvantaged students and families). Nick also serves as a mentor with the United Way's Be a Middle School Mentor Program.
- Emory University (J.D. with honors 2014; Recipient, Transactional Law Certificate); Brigham Young University (B.S. in Psychology 2010)