Rich Moskowitz serves as AFPM’s General Counsel. He has practiced environmental, regulatory and corporate law for more than 25 years. Moskowitz oversees all AFPM legal matters, supports AFPM’s Legal Committee and supervises AFPM’s broad litigation docket.
Before joining AFPM, Moskowitz served for eleven years as Vice President and Regulatory Affairs Counsel to the American Trucking Associations. He has over twenty years of trade association experience managing litigation, association governance, regulatory affairs, employment, antitrust, intellectual property and contractual issues. He also practiced environmental law at Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., and was Vice President and General Counsel at the Wellesley Group, Inc., and General Counsel of the Environmental Industry Associations and Executive Director of its Medical Waste Institute.
Moskowitz is the past Chairman of the Consumer Energy Alliance and has served on the Board of Directors of the Coalition on the Safe Transportation of Hazardous Articles and the Dangerous Goods Advisory Council.
Moskowitz received his J.D with honors in 1989, from The George Washington University Law School, and a B.A. in 1986 with honors in Economics from Brandeis University. He holds Bar admissions in the District of Columbia and New York.