Martin Stratte Joins Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP Member Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP has announced that Martin Stratte has joined the firm as a partner in its San Francisco office.  Stratte has significant experience permitting quarries, mines, and related infrastructure throughout the U.S., in addition to resolving mining-related environmental and land use matters.  In California, he will focus his practice on SMARA and CEQA compliance and litigation.  He is currently Vice Chair of the CalCIMA Legal Action Committee. 

Stratte joins the firm from one of the country's largest suppliers of construction aggregates and heavy building materials, where he served as assistant general counsel.  In this role, Stratte helped manage zoning and land use permitting activities for the company's network of quarries and mines throughout the U.S., along with related land uses and infrastructure, including rail transloading terminals, processing plants, and concrete and asphalt plants.  Earlier in his career, Stratte practiced land use and environmental law in the San Francisco office of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP, where he was a member of the firm's Natural Resources and Mining Group.
Hunton Andrews Kurth is a full-service law firm with offices around the globe. The firm's Environmental and Mining practices offer unrivaled experience and depth. The firm was named the 2017 and 2021 Chambers USA Environmental Law Firm of the Year and its environmental practice, and many of the firm's environmental lawyers, are ranked Band 1 nationally by Chambers USA and Chambers Global.  The firm maintains the top national ranking for environmental law and water law, and regionally in each state where its environmental lawyers are based in US News-Best Lawyers. The firm is top ranked by Legal 500, and since 2012, has been designated an Environmental Group of the Year by Law360 nine times.