Tyson C. Kade

Of Counsel




1050 Thomas Jefferson Street NW
Seventh Floor
Washington, DC 20007
  • Counseled clients on Endangered Species Act compliance and litigation issues, including listing, critical habitat designation, consultation, and reintroduction of listed species.
  • Assisted pipeline and LNG companies with responses to PHMSA enforcement orders, pipeline asset jurisdictional analyses, and regulatory compliance.
  • Provided a Washington municipality with relicensing and litigation counsel for a hydroelectric project, including defending against damages claims for imposition of minimum flow requirements.
  • Advised clients on FERC-related compliance issues, including preparation of self-reports, petitions for declaratory orders, development of compliance programs, and regulatory interpretations.
  • Assisted public utilities in developing and revising their Open Access Transmission Tariffs and associated business practices in response to FERC’s Order Nos. 890 and 1000.
  • Counseled seafood companies on a variety of regulatory matters involving the North Pacific and Pacific Fisheries Management Councils, including fisheries rationalization, crab arbitration, and bycatch issues.
  • Represented a seafood company in purchases of Alaska fishing vessels and associated quota.



Land Use Appeals

Washington Lawyers Practice Manual, Part 16, Vol. 23 (2013)

Chapter 1: National Environmental Policy Act

Washington Real Property Desk Book, Washington State Bar Association (4th ed. 2013), Vol. 7

Legal and Policy Implications of the Perception of Property Rights in Catch Shares

Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, Vol. 2 pp. 283

Endangered Species Act, Impacts of Compliance in Alaska

Alaska Business Monthly, pp. 42

Clean Water Act Enforcement: EPA Issues New Action Plan

The Water Report, Issue 69

Characterization of Montmorillonite Colloids Containing a Clay-Adsorbed Bipolar Poly(pyridyl)osmium(II) Complex

Journal of the Chemical Society, Issue 17 pp. 1821-1823