N.J. environmental lawyers can readily transfer their knowledge and acumen to matters in N.Y. However, before undertaking such assignments in N.Y., counsel must get back to basics by analyzing the institutional framework of the N.Y. Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), checking applicable statutes and regulations, and then searching out interpretations contained in policy statements, agency manuals and enforcement guidelines.
What a Difference a State Makes
New Jersey Law Journal
February 28, 2013
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