Brett Kravitz

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Brett Kravitz

Principal Assistant Attorney General
Supervising Attorney, Oil & Gas Litigation

Environmental Enforcement Section

Office: 614-466-2766
Brett Kravitz rejoined the Ohio Attorney General’s Office in 2014, and has over 20 years of litigation experience, primarily in the areas of environmental and natural resources law.  He currently litigates and negotiates administrative appeals and court cases on behalf of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
Prior to 2014, Mr. Kravitz was the principal attorney for Kravitz Law Office, LLC in Columbus, Ohio, and an associate attorney for an environmental law firm in Cincinnati, Ohio.  In his first stint with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Brett represented the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and served as the supervisor of the Environmental Enforcement Section’s Solid Waste & Infectious Waste Unit.
Brett has been a frequent presenter on environmental, natural resources, and toxic tort-related topics for several organizations, including the Ohio State Bar Association, Regional Environmental Enforcement Association, National Business Institute, Halfmoon Education, and the Conference of Government Mining Attorneys. He has been a member of the Ohio Attorney General’s Professional Development Program Committee and a presenter for CLE programming.   Brett is also an adjunct professor at Franklin University in Columbus.

  • State of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio