Jonathan Huels has a broad background in environmental law, land use and zoning. He works with local governments and other federal and state regulatory authorities to address the needs of his clients related to environmental permitting and compliance, brownfields, petroleum and hazardous waste assessment and remediation, zoning, comprehensive plans, concurrency, Developments of Regional Impact (DRI's), golf course and other types of property redevelopment, due diligence, and property rights.
Jonathan serves as Vice-Chairman of the City of Orlando's Municipal Planning Board and as Chairman of Orange County Environmental Protection Commission. Huels also serves on the Executive Council of the Environmental and Land Use Section of The Florida Bar, and is a member of the Central Florida Association of Environmental Professionals.
Huels holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in environmental science from the University of Florida and the University of Idaho. Huels has received his law degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Prior to attending law school, Huels worked as a research scientist with the South Florida Water Management District.