Marilynn R. Greenberg is a partner in the Firm’s Environmental Group. Her practice encompasses all aspects of environmental law, including transactional matters, litigation, insurance coverage, permitting, solid waste, indoor air quality (asbestos and mold), real estate development (brownfields and greenfields), defense of enforcement actions and expert testimony. Ms. Greenberg counsels clients regarding regulatory compliance with a variety of state and federal environmental statutes and regulations, with particular emphasis on the Site Remediation Reform Act and Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) Program, the Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA), the Waterfront and Freshwater Wetlands Laws and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA or Superfund). She also has unique expertise in handling matters involving both environmental and bankruptcy issues. Ms. Greenberg has handled environmental matters throughout the Northeastern Region.
Ms. Greenberg served for eight years as general counsel for environmental matters to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. Other representative current and former clients are Newport Associates Development Company, Simon Property Group, the Rockefeller Group, Roseland Property Company (n/k/a Mack-Cali), Coach USA, Bed Bath and Beyond, Carrier Clinic, GAF Corporation, Reliance Electric Company, Atlantic City Electric Company (f/k/a Conectiv,) FirstEnergy, Morris Energy Group, Supreme Energy Group, Calpine Energy Company, Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, the Borough of Chatham, the Township of West Caldwell and the Township of Howell.
In 2017, Ms. Greenberg was appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to the State Ethics Committee for Essex County. Ms. Greenberg is the former chair of the Township of Livingston’s Environmental Commission. She also served on the Livingston Zoning Board of Adjustment. She is a member of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce’s Environmental Committee, the Society of Women Environmental Professionals and the NJDEP’s Site Remediation Advisory Group. Since 2005, she has been listed in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, in which a satisfied client enthuses: “She is one of the best lawyers I’ve worked with – she’s a great writer and a tireless advocate.” Clients have stated, “in addition to her extensive knowledge, experience and expert legal advice,” Ms. Greenberg “is an excellent team administrator and leader.” She has been described by her clients as “extremely knowledgeable about the subject area,” as well as “responsive and provides excellent advice.” Best Lawyers in America®, a peer review of U.S. lawyers, has included Ms. Greenberg on its Best Lawyers list in the fields of Environmental Law and Environmental Litigation since 2010, and Thomson Reuters has included Ms. Greenberg on its “Super Lawyers” list in Environmental Law every year since its inception, including on New Jersey’s “Top 50 Women Lawyers” list in 2008 through 2011.
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Ms. Greenberg is a frequent speaker and author, having spoken recently at several seminars regarding the Site Remediation Reform Act, the LSRP Program and Waterfront Development Permitting, and authored articles on various brownfields redevelopment topics, natural resource damages, CAFRA and mold.