Richard Condit is the Legal Director for Litigation Services at GAP. In this role, Richard oversees all GAP’s lawyer-litigation and other client representation activities. For GAP’s Food Integrity Campaign, he also focuses on food contamination from environmental pollutants and the protection of whistleblowers raising food-related issues.
Richard has recently worked on several high-profile whistleblower cases at GAP, including those of Bank of America/Countrywide whistleblower Eileen Foster, and several Washington, DC firefighter personnel against the department.
An attorney with twenty-five years of experience working on whistleblower, employment discrimination and environmental protection issues, Richard worked at GAP for ten years (1985 - 1995) before rejoining the organization in 2007. In his first GAP stint, he helped develop the organization’s environmental whistleblower and citizen enforcement programs. Later on, he spent time in Colorado as the Legal/Toxics Director of the Land and Water Fund of the Rockies (now Western Resource Advocates). Richard also spent more than five years as Counsel to the Chemical Weapons Working Group (CWWG), which has led an international effort to require the U.S. Army to safely dispose of stockpiled chemical warfare agents. Richard also served for three years as General Counsel for the GAP sister organization Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).
Richard is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, six U.S. Courts of Appeal, and three U.S. District Courts. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from New Jersey Institute of Technology, and received his J.D. from the Antioch School of Law.
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