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The Importance of Avoiding Net Opinions in Environmental Cleanup Disputes

November 9, 2021

The Appellate Division’s unpublished decision in Meyer v. Constantinou, decided earlier this year, affirmed the exclusion of...

Environmental Justice Comes Early to New Jersey

September 24, 2021

New Jersey is no longer waiting to implement environmental justice requirements following surprise action by the New...

NJ Takes Steps to Regulate Environmental Impacts of Cannabis

August 26, 2021

While entrepreneurs and investors rush to set up cannabis businesses throughout the Garden State, how will New...

Guam v. U.S. and CERCLA Claims in New Jersey

July 28, 2021

Cost Recovery or Contribution?  Impacts of Guam on the Timeliness of CERCLA Claims in the Third Circuit...

NJ Cannabis Industry to Focus On Environmental Considerations

June 9, 2021

Most people don’t think of the environmental impact of cannabis, but producing cannabis products can be energy...

Governor Murphy Makes an Investment in the Future of New Jersey’s Offshore Wind Industry

March 31, 2021

New Jersey has set an ambitious goal to supply 7,500 MW of offshore wind energy to the...

Some Relief Provided – NJDEP Remediation Timeframes Extended for Certain Cases

February 12, 2021

New Jersey is extending certain remediation timeframes as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but the...

New Incentives for NJ Brownfields Redevelopment

February 3, 2021

An Overview of New Jersey’s Brownfields Redevelopment Incentive Program New Jersey is rolling out a new tax...

Considerations for Selling Contaminated Property in NJ

January 20, 2021

Reducing Long-Term Risk and Exposure to Environmental LiabilitiesDespite the impact of COVID-19 on other areas of commercial...

Does a Remediation Settlement with a State Protect Against Subsequent CERCLA Claims? Third Circuit Weighs In

October 21, 2020

If a potentially responsible party settles its environmental liability with the State of New Jersey, or another...

A Preliminary Assessment of the Plague Year: How COVID May Interfere with Environmental Due Diligence and Liability Protections in New Jersey

September 30, 2020

The extraordinary events of 2020 have disturbed settled expectations in all areas of business and life, and...

Prompt Action Required in New Jersey to Obtain Permit Extensions During COVID-19 Emergency

August 5, 2020

Update: The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (the “NJDEP”) published a notice in the New Jersey...

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