CameronGray’s practice focuses on the licensing and regulation of radioactive materials and nuclear facilities. Within this broad area, the firm’s specific focus includes

• Reactor (power reactor and non-power reactor) licensing, including license amendments and license renewal,

• Reactor regulatory compliance, enforcement and backfitting
• Reactor environmental considerations
• Price-Anderson considerations
• Reactor decommissioning
• Atomic Energy Act (AEA) materials and materials facility licensing, including license amendments and license renewal,
• AEA materials and materials facility regulatory compliance, enforcement and backfitting considerations
• AEA materials and materials facility decommissioning
• Fuel facility licensing and regulation
• Low-level radioactive waste management licensing and regulation
• Used fuel storage and Greater-Than-Class-C (GTCC) waste licensing and regulation
• Medical use of AEA materials
• Import and export licensing and regulation under the AEA
• AEA materials and waste environmental considerations
• Agreement State radioactive material regulation under the AEA
• Emergency preparedness and response requirements
• Facilitation and conflict resolution

* NEPA compliance

* High-level waste repository matters, including the applicable special rules of practice and the electronic litigation management system (LSN)

* Any attendant administrative litigation associated with the above topical areas