What a Difference a State Makes
A few things N.J. environmental lawyers might consider before tackling assignments in N.Y.
By Edward F. McTiernan
Attempting To Clarify Spill Act Liability Issues
What the Supreme Court got right, and wrong, in the Dimant case
By Dennis J. Krumholz
The New Dynamic of Site Remediation in N.J.
Be aware of the exact nature of the role of the LSRP
By Jeffrey M. Casaletto and Edward A. Hogan
Environmental Assessments Are Necessary in Real Estate Transactions
Purchasers, sellers and lessees must protect themselves from potential future remediation liability
By Frances B. Stella and Lindsay P. Cambron
Another Potential Paradigm Shift in the Site Remediation Landscape?
New federal legislation could pre-empt certain aspects of N.J.’s brand-new regulations
By Stephanie Feingold and John A. Vassallo III
Federal Court Limits EPA Regulation of Stormwater
Virginia case illustrates the challenges of controlling pollution carried by runoff
By Kenneth J. Warren