Marta Antonina Orpiszewska

Marta Antonina Orpiszewska

Senior Associate

Email marta.orpiszewska@​

Phone +1 303 454 2472

Fax +1 303 899 7333

LanguagesEnglish, Polish, Spanish

Practice groupGlobal Regulatory

Marta Orpiszewska helps clients pursue effective environmental, health, and safety strategies in their business operations, in commercial transactions, and in contaminated land cleanups.

Marta works with clients to anticipate and respond to environmental issues and evaluate potential liabilities and risks as clients assess investment and transactional opportunities. She also counsels clients in heavily regulated industries, including energy, banking, and pharmaceutical with respect to compliance with a broad array of federal, state, and local environmental, health, and safety laws and regulations. 

She has a particular focus on compliance counseling, commercial transactions, enforcement action response, and contaminated land cleanup and redevelopment. Marta's acute attention to detail provides clients with a tailored blueprint to properly navigate legal challenges in pursuit of their business objectives.

While in law school, Marta served as a notes and comments editor on the North Carolina Journal of International Law and was an active member of the Environment Society. Prior to attending law school, Marta received a master's degree in environmental policy and regulation from the London School of Economics.

Education and admissions


J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, with honors, 2014

M.Sc., London School of Economics, 2009

B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008

Bar admissions and qualifications


Representative experience

Advised a client with respect to liability for dry cleaner-contaminated property in California.

Advised a client with respect to a National Priorities List listing.

Advising numerous clients with respect to local ordinances regarding drug take-back programs in California.

Advising private equity firms on acquisitions of businesses with extensive environmental liabilities.

Latest thinking and events

Published Works

How Ski Areas Can (and Should) Take Advantage of Environmental Self-Disclosure Laws and Policies NSAA Journal

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