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  • Mar 02, 2021Due Diligence in New Jersey

    Jeffrey M. Casaletto, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will co-present the annual “Due Diligence in New Jersey” (Course 2021-024), hosted in association with the New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association (LSRPA). This two-day program intended for environmental professionals, attorneys, engineers, real estate professionals, and developers will be delivered through GoToWebinar.

    About the Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association’s “Due Diligence in New Jersey” Program

    Jeff will be joined by Ben Alter, P.G., LSRP, Senior Vice President of GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., and Chemmie Sokolic, Principal of The FalconRE Group, who will discuss:

    • Environmental risks and liabilities potentially associated with real estate and other business transactions and how environmental due diligence can limit and offer protections against those risks and liabilities
    • An overview of the types and components of environmental due diligence as well as a review of the two primary types of environmental assessments in New Jersey, detailing what they include, what they don’t, the protections they offer, and when they should be performed
    • Various case studies to provide practical guidance on the due diligence process, the techniques and procedures followed, common problems that can arise and the roles and legal liability of the various professionals involved

    When: Tuesday, April 27, 2021 – Wednesday, April 28, 2021

    12:45 – 5:00 p.m.

    Register for Norris McLaughlin, Attorneys at Law, Legal Events in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania

    • $225 – LSRPA Members and Associate Members
    • $290 – Non-Members

    This course has been approved for 3.5 Regulatory and 3.5 Technical CECs for LSRPs, 8.4 CLEs for attorneys, and 7 CPCs for professional engineers.

    About Jeff Casaletto

    Jeff represents and counsels clients in a wide range of industries, including commercial and residential developers, chemical and industrial manufacturers, and commercial business owners. He maintains a results-oriented approach to each environmental issue to achieve the client’s goals and objectives. Jeff assists clients in resolving issues related to site remediation, due diligence, solid and hazardous waste disposal, environmental regulatory compliance and solid waste utility licensing and approvals, permitting, Brownfields redevelopment, and cleanup cost recovery.

    The practice of environmental law often involves unique technical issues that require the expertise and advice of technical consultants. Jeff’s environmental engineering background enables him to better communicate and problem solves with environmental consultants and to apply a team approach to all issues, legal and technical. His ability to understand the technical aspects of his environmental matters provides clients with an opportunity to efficiently resolve their environmental issues.

    Jeff has obtained solid waste approvals for haulers, brokers, and solid waste facilities and recycling facilities for solid waste utilities just starting up or continuing to grow. He has experience handling matters involving CERCLA, RCRA, EPCRA, and OPA. Jeff has negotiated removal orders, EPCRA/OPA settlements, cost recovery for removal and remedial actions, Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Settlements, and Remedial Design/Remedial Action Settlements.

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  • Feb 24, 2021Ethics Credits for Licensed Site Remediation Professionals

    Jeffrey M. Casaletto, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will co-present the webinar, “Ethics Credits for Licensed Site Remediation Professionals,” with Jorge H. Berkowitz, Ph.D., LSRP, owner and president of Jorge H Berkowitz LLC, and Phil Brilliant, CHMM, LSRP, founder of Brilliant Environmental Services, LLC, for the Continuing Professional Education Services, LLC.

    Ethics Credits for Licensed Site Remediation Professionals

    This half-day webinar will satisfy the requirements of the NJ Site Remediation Licensing Board rules for Licensed Site Remediation Professionals. The presenters will explore the differences between ethical and unethical behavior as they apply to obligations within the Site Remediation Reform Act.

    When: Monday, March 22, 2021

    8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

    Register for Norris McLaughlin, Attorneys at Law, Legal Events in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania

    • General Registration: $315.00
    • LSRPA, CIANJ, or Montclair State Alumni: $270.00
    • Multiple Registrations From the Same Company: $270.00

    3 Ethics NJ LSRP CECs, 3.6 CLEs, and 3 CPCs will be earned.

    About Jeff Casaletto

    Jeff represents and counsels clients in a wide range of industries, including commercial and residential developers, chemical and industrial manufacturers, and commercial business owners. He maintains a results-oriented approach to each environmental issue to achieve the client’s goals and objectives. Jeff assists clients in resolving issues related to site remediation, due diligence, solid and hazardous waste disposal, environmental regulatory compliance and solid waste utility licensing and approvals, permitting, Brownfields redevelopment, and cleanup cost recovery.

    The practice of environmental law often involves unique technical issues that require the expertise and advice of technical consultants. Jeff’s environmental engineering background enables him to better communicate and problem-solve with environmental consultants and to apply a team approach to all issues, legal and technical. His ability to understand the technical aspects of his environmental matters provides clients with an opportunity to efficiently resolve their environmental issues.

    Jeff has experience handling matters involving CERCLA, RCRA, EPCRA, and OPA. He has negotiated removal orders, EPCRA/OPA settlements, cost recovery for removal and remedial actions, Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Settlements, and Remedial Design/Remedial Action Settlements. Jeff has also obtained solid waste approvals for haulers, brokers, and solid waste facilities and recycling facilities for solid waste utilities just starting up or continuing to grow.

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  • Jan 27, 2021Norris McLaughlin Hires Two More Attorneys for New York Office

    The law firm of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to welcome two more attorneys, David Siegel and Krista Halpin, to its Time Square, New York City office. Siegel joins the firm as Senior Counsel to the Intellectual Property Practice Group, while Halpin joins the Real Estate & Finance Practice Group and Cooperative (“Co-op”) and Condominium Law Industry Group as an Associate.

    “We are very enthusiastic about the opportunities that David and Krista will bring to the firm. These exceptional attorneys will add significant expertise to our existing practices and allow us to expand these practice areas in our New York City office. We look forward to providing enhanced services to our clients as a result of their joining the firm,” said Andrew N. Parfomak, Administrative Partner for the firm’s New York office.

    About David Siegel

    David H. Siegel concentrates his practice on all aspects of intellectual property strategy, maintenance, and enforcement. He represents clients in patent, trademark, and copyright prosecution, transactions, and litigation.

    Siegel has significant experience in intellectual property licensing and brand protection. He advises clients on global patent and trademark protection, clearance, options, and alternatives. Siegel has represented inventors, businesses, and start-ups in patent-related matters such as the drafting, filing, and prosecution of patent applications and non-disclosure and development agreements.

    Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin, Siegel was the in-house intellectual property counsel for a leading multinational costume designer, manufacturer, and distributor. He earned his J.D. in 2005 from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and his B.A., in 2002 from Columbia College.

    About Krista Halpin

    Krista Halpin focuses her practice on complex commercial real estate transactions and major projects for private, public, governmental, and high-profile individuals. She handles cooperative (“co-op”) and condominium real estate, finance, and corporate matters, issues, agreements and transactions, contract negotiations, and development.

    Additionally, Halpin is experienced in general real estate law and finance; commercial transactions; lease and license agreements; corporate law; the formation of corporate entities; governing documents and general agreements; municipal and regulatory matters; project management entitlements, agreements, and easements; tax benefits and conditions; and tax payer agreement plans and negotiations. She manages legal risk and resolves situations with potentially adverse financial repercussions, resulting in favorable outcomes.

    Halpin earned her J.D. in 2001 from Brooklyn Law School, where she was Associate Managing Editor of the Brooklyn Journal of International Law and received the “CALI Excellence for the Future Award” in American Legal History. She earned her B.A. in 1996 from Villanova University.

    Posted in: Cooperative ("Co-op") and Condominium Law, David H. Siegel, Intellectual Property, Krista Halpin, News, Real Estate & Finance | Tags: , , , ,

  • Dec 16, 2020Dean Roberts Presents Estates and Trusts Webinar for Morningside Gardens Co-op Shareholders

    Dean M. Roberts, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Chair of its New York Real Estate & Finance Law Practice Group and the firm’s Cooperative (“Co-op”) and Condominium Law Industry Group, presented “Estates and Trusts Presentation for Co-op Shareholders” to the Morningside Heights Housing Corporation for the third year in a row on December 11. Due to the pandemic, however, this year’s presentation was virtual.

    “It is so important, especially for shareholders, to put all your wishes and desires in a trust form to avoid a long-contested probate, so that your appointed trustee can take care of business right away, benefiting everyone involved,” said Roberts, who serves as Counsel to the Morningside Heights Housing Corporation.

    About the Estates and Trusts Presentation for Co-op Shareholders

    In the presentation, Roberts explained how estates are handled in New York State and what shareholders can do to protect their assets and make the process as simple as possible for themselves and their family members. Also discussed were the various forms and uses of trusts that are now available to shareholders at Morningside Gardens. Participants were able to submit questions before, during, and after the presentation, which Roberts would answer to be circulated later through a follow-up document. To view a recording of the virtual presentation, please click here.

    About Dean Roberts

    Roberts focuses on real estate litigation with a sub-specialty in the representation of cooperative housing corporations and condominiums. He has handled all facets of condominium and cooperative ownership, from sponsor/purchase and conversion to representing well-established tenant-shareholder Boards of Directors. Roberts also represents cooperative corporations and moderate-income co-ops in all areas of litigation, including landlord/tenant.

    Through his involvement with the Coordinating Council of Cooperatives, Roberts is active in court reform efforts and the cooperative movement. In his community, he works to promote affordable housing as a director of the Cooperative Development Fund Board of Advisors and other housing programs.

    Roberts earned his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law – Newark in 1987 and his B.A. from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Rutgers College, in 1982.

    Posted in: Cooperative ("Co-op") and Condominium Law, Dean M. Roberts, Estate Planning & Administration, News, Real Estate & Finance | Tags: , , ,

  • Dec 08, 2020Norris McLaughlin Continues Growth of New York Office With the Addition of Two More Attorneys

    The law firm of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to welcome Hugh P. Finnegan and Jodi A. Sokol as Members of the firm. Both attorneys have been brought to Norris McLaughlin to enhance the bench strength and capability of the New York Real Estate & Finance Law Practice Group financing deals.

    About the Norris McLaughlin New York Growth

    “Hugh and Jodi are exceptional additions to our team. Like missing puzzle pieces, as we currently focus primarily on corporate, litigation, and transactional matters, they will give us the extra financial support needed to better serve our clients, with an emphasis on commercial lending for lenders and borrowers,” said Dean M. Roberts, also a Member of the firm and Chair of its New York Real Estate & Finance Law Practice Group.

    As with other recent lateral hires, these additions continue Norris McLaughlin’s strategy of growth and expansion by adding bench strength and fortifying skill sets to the firm’s core practices. With the additions of Finnegan and Sokol, the firm has added five attorneys to its New York practice since August, where the firm’s total local headcount now exceeds 30 attorneys.

    On joining Norris McLaughlin, Finnegan stated, “Jodi and I are so pleased to join Norris McLaughlin and are committed to continuing the growth of the New York office and the firm as a whole in the area of commercial real estate financing, as well as to continuing to provide the highest quality of service to our clients.”

    About Hugh Finnegan

    Finnegan focuses his practice on commercial real estate financings and construction matters. For over 35 years, he has built a special expertise in commercial real estate acquisitions, bridge, construction, project, and mezzanine matters.

    Finnegan represents both local and international landlords and tenants in leasing transactions for offices, warehouses, shopping centers, restaurants, and other retail uses throughout the United States. He also assists lenders and borrowers on loan restructurings and workouts, and has represented several commercial banks in the sale of distressed loans.

    Finnegan was named in “2018 Ones to Watch” by the New York Real Estate Journal. He has been selected for inclusion on the list of New York Metro Super Lawyers from 2009-2020 and is included in the Real Estate Law section of the current edition of Best Lawyers®. Finnegan earned his J.D. in 1983 from Fordham University School of Law and his B.A. in 1980, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Fordham University.

    About Jodi Sokol

    With over 20 years of experience, Sokol has been involved in all aspects of commercial real estate finance, acquisition, and sale transactions. She focuses primarily on the structuring, negotiating, and closing of financial transactions, including mortgage loans, secured and unsecured lines of credit, construction loans, and retail and commercial leasing.

    Sokol represents institutional, non-institutional, and private equity lenders to provide permanent and construction financing, leasing, acquisition, and sale of multi-family residential, commercial, hospitality, retail, and mixed-use properties. She represents buyers and sellers of commercial properties in transactional matters, including acquisitions, dispositions, and the refinance of assets, as well as transactions involving I.R.C. Section 1031 Exchanges.

    Sokol has been involved in substantial transactions, including representing the lead lender and agent in the financing and syndication of a $141 million acquisition and construction financing project in Orange County, New York, and representing the purchaser/borrower in the acquisition and financing of a multi-property, multi-family portfolio in Jackson, Mississippi. She earned her J.D. in 1995 from University of Miami School of Law and her B.A. in 1992 from University of Michigan.

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  • Oct 21, 2020Norris McLaughlin Continues to Expand Amid Pandemic; Welcomes New Associates to the Firm

    The law firm of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to welcome Anthony P. D’Elia as an Associate for the Litigation Practice Group in New Jersey and Jillian P. Levitt as an Associate for the Real Estate & Finance Practice Group and the Cooperative (“Co-op”) and Condominium Law Industry Group in New York.

    “We are excited to add these new Associates to our firm, and we are particularly proud of the way we have been able to continue the expansion of our firm, even during the COVID pandemic. We continue to add high-quality talent across all our offices to further enrich our practice and build towards further success in the future,” said John N. Vanarthos, Chairman of the firm.

    About Anthony D’Elia

    D’Elia focuses his practice on litigation matters including commercial litigation, corporate and business disputes, intellectual property disputes, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, and professional liability. He also has a general litigation practice.

    Through his litigation practice, D’Elia represents creditors and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, as well as lenders and other creditors in litigation over unpaid loans. He handles the appointment of rent receivers, collection of debts, and enforcement of settlement agreements. D’Elia’s intellectual property practice includes copyright and trademark litigation. He also handles disputes over defective construction and claims for delays, damages, and back charges. His work in the area of professional liability has involved matters relating to engineering and accounting liability.

    D’Elia’s pro bono work has involved assisting incarcerated individuals in litigation over claims of assault, seeking unpaid judgments in bankruptcy court through the filing of proofs of claim and adversary complaints, and negotiating plea bargains in family court.

    Following law school, D’Elia served as law clerk to the Honorable Garry J. Furnari, J.S.C., who, in addition to his civil docket, managed the environmental docket of the Essex County Superior Court. He assisted Judge Furnari in matters involving tort, contract, property, insurance, and environmental law.

    D’Elia received his J.D., cum laude, from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2016, where he was a member of its nationally-ranked Interscholastic Moot Court Board, the Courtroom Advocates Project, and the Immigrants’ Rights/International Human Rights Clinic. He received his B.A. from Monmouth University, Honors School, summa cum laude, in 2013.

    About Jillian Levitt

    Levitt focuses her practice on litigation, transactional, and regulatory matters in the real estate industry.

    She advises property owners on real estate matters and handles negotiations and buyouts of residential and commercial buildings. Levitt also litigates commercial and residential matters in New York Supreme Court and Civil Courts, as well as matters before the New York State Court of Appeals and the First, Second, and Fourth Appellate Divisions.

    In addition to her real estate litigation practice, Levitt drafts lease agreements for residential, commercial, and mixed-use developments. She prepares applications for developers to obtain various economic incentives.

    Levitt conducts due diligence for purchases of large residential and commercial buildings, for compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. She also advises clients on federal, state, and city affordable housing rules and regulations, including the Mitchell-Lama program, section eight vouchers, SCRIE, rent control, and rent stabilization.

    While in law school, Levitt was Managing Editor of Articles for the Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal. She received her J.D. from Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University in 2016 and her B.A. from Union College in 2011.

    Posted in: Anthony P. D'Elia, Cooperative ("Co-op") and Condominium Law, Jillian P. Levitt, Litigation, News, Real Estate & Finance | Tags: , , , ,

  • Oct 01, 2020Dean Roberts Speaks at First Coordinating Council of Cooperatives of Greater New York Virtual Meeting

    Dean M. Roberts, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Chair of its New York Real Estate & Finance Law Practice Group and of the firm’s Cooperative (“Co-op”) and Condominium Law Industry Group, spoke at the first virtual meeting of the Coordinating Council of Cooperatives of Greater New York (CCC) on Saturday, September 12.

    “It is important for condo and co-op boards to consider how to address the issues of enforcing maintenance obligations with limitations created by the COVID-19-related orders, while the current status of the Housing Court and how that affects shareholders’ abilities is confusing and so fluid during these trying times,” said Roberts.

    About the Council of Cooperatives of Greater New York

    The CCC, composed of housing cooperatives ranging from seventy to thousands of units, aims to serve as a sounding board for circulating ideas and experiences that may apply to other cooperatives and to implement joint programs for economic and political achievement.

    At the meeting, Roberts addressed many topics that have come up due to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as wearing masks, holding virtual meetings, opening gyms, and what the court system is and is not doing on arrears issues. He set liability and legal procedure expectations for condo and co-op boards and discussed how Norris McLaughlin has been operating remotely and what resources the firm offers during these unprecedented times. The next meeting, also virtual, will be on Saturday, October 17. For more information, visit cccofgny.coop.

    About Dean Roberts

    Roberts focuses on real estate litigation with a sub-specialty in the representation of cooperative housing corporations and condominiums. He has handled all facets of condominium and cooperative ownership, from sponsor/purchase and conversion to representing well-established tenant-shareholder Boards of Directors. Roberts also represents cooperative corporations and moderate-income co-ops in all areas of litigation, including landlord/tenant.

    Through his involvement with the Coordinating Council of Cooperatives, Roberts is active in court reform efforts and the cooperative movement. In his community, he works to promote affordable housing as a director of the Cooperative Development Fund Board of Advisors and other housing programs.

    Roberts earned his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law – Newark in 1987 and his B.A. from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Rutgers College, in 1982.

    Posted in: Cooperative ("Co-op") and Condominium Law, Dean M. Roberts, News, Real Estate & Finance | Tags: , ,

  • Sep 04, 2020Due Diligence in New Jersey

    Jeffrey M. Casaletto, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will co-present the annual “Due Diligence in New Jersey” (Course 2018-044), hosted in association with the New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association (LSRPA). This two-day program will be delivered through GoToWebinar.

    Due Diligence in New Jersey

    Jeff will be joined by Chemmie Sokolic, Due Diligence Expert, and Ben Alter, P.G., LSRP, of GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., who will discuss:

    • Types and components of environmental due diligence and when they should be performed
    • Types of environmental assessments in New Jersey and what they include, what they don’t, the protections they offer, and when they should be performed
      • ASTM Phase Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I)
      • Preliminary Assessment (PA)
    • Roles and legal liabilities of Licensed Site Remediation Professionals
    • Due diligence-related legal nuances commonly encountered during real estate transactions
    • Experience gained from case studies

    Due diligence is the process where environmental professionals, attorneys, engineers, real estate professionals, and developers, have the opportunity to assess risks and protect clients from unwarranted environmental liability in real estate and other business transactions. The focus of the “Due Diligence in New Jersey” course is to educate those professionals on the environmental risks and liabilities potentially associated with real estate transactions; how environmental due diligence can limit and offer protections against those risks and liabilities; and identify the various laws, regulations, standards, and guidance documents from where the due diligence activities are extracted.

    When: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 – Thursday, October 22, 2020

    12:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    Registration: lsrpa.org

    • $225 – LSRPA Members and Associate Members
    • $290 – Non-Members

    This course has been approved for 3.5 Regulatory and Technical CECs for LSRPs, 8.2 CLEs for attorneys, and 2 CPCs for professional engineers.

    About Jeff Casaletto

    Jeff represents and counsels clients in a wide range of industries, including commercial and residential developers, chemical and industrial manufacturers, and commercial business owners. He maintains a results-oriented approach to each environmental issue to achieve the client’s goals and objectives. Jeff assists clients in resolving issues related to site remediation, due diligence, solid and hazardous waste disposal, environmental regulatory compliance and solid waste utility licensing and approvals, permitting, Brownfields redevelopment, and cleanup cost recovery.

    The practice of environmental law often involves unique technical issues that require the expertise and advice of technical consultants. Jeff’s environmental engineering background enables him to better communicate and problem solves with environmental consultants and to apply a team approach to all issues, legal and technical. His ability to understand the technical aspects of his environmental matters provides clients with an opportunity to efficiently resolve their environmental issues.

    Jeff has obtained solid waste approvals for haulers, brokers, and solid waste facilities and recycling facilities for solid waste utilities just starting up or continuing to grow. He has experience handling matters involving CERCLA, RCRA, EPCRA, and OPA. Jeff has negotiated removal orders, EPCRA/OPA settlements, cost recovery for removal and remedial actions, Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Settlements, and Remedial Design/Remedial Action Settlements.

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  • Jul 17, 2020Remedial Action Permit Applications and Response Action Outcomes

    Jeffrey M. Casaletto, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will co-present the webinar, “Remedial Action Permit Applications and Response Action Outcomes,” with Phil Brilliant, CHMM, LSRP, founder of Brilliant Environmental Services, LLC, for the Continuing Professional Education Services, LLC.

    Remedial Action Permit Applications and Response Action Outcomes

    This program is available for environmental professionals, engineers, attorneys, financial institutions, and local regulators, such as mayors, health inspectors, and building officials. Discussion topics will include:

    • Soil and Groundwater Permits used by the LSRP in the Site Remediation Program
    • Soil and groundwater permits issued by NJDEP
    • Issues raised during the permitting process by NJDEP, LSRP, and clients
      • Obligations of all parties
      • Common errors and corrections
    • Remediation funding sources and financial assurance
    • Proper preparation of the RAO document based upon the issuance of Unrestrictive or Restrictive and Area of Concern or Entire Site
      • Inserts and notices
      • Proper use when it comes to on-site versus off-site remediation requirements
    • The legal aspect of an LSRPs obligation and responsibilities
      • How an LSRP amends an RAO
      • The interaction between NJDEP, client, and counsel following the issuance of an RAO

    When: Wednesday, July 29, 2020

    8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

    Registration: cpesnj.com/

    • General Registration: $215.00
    • LSRPA, CIANJ, or Montclair State Alumni: $170.00
    • Multiple Registrations From the Same Company: $155.00

    3.5 Regulatory NJ LSRP CECs, 4.2 CLEs, 3.5 CPCs, and 3.5 CEs will be earned.

    About Jeff Casaletto

    Jeff represents and counsels clients in a wide range of industries, including commercial and residential developers, chemical and industrial manufacturers, and commercial business owners. He maintains a results-oriented approach to each environmental issue to achieve the client’s goals and objectives. Jeff assists clients in resolving issues related to site remediation, due diligence, solid and hazardous waste disposal, environmental regulatory compliance and solid waste utility licensing and approvals, permitting, Brownfields redevelopment, and cleanup cost recovery.

    The practice of environmental law often involves unique technical issues that require the expertise and advice of technical consultants. Jeff’s environmental engineering background enables him to better communicate and problem-solve with environmental consultants and to apply a team approach to all issues, legal and technical. His ability to understand the technical aspects of his environmental matters provides clients with an opportunity to efficiently resolve their environmental issues.

    Jeff has experience handling matters involving CERCLA, RCRA, EPCRA, and OPA. He has negotiated removal orders, EPCRA/OPA settlements, cost recovery for removal and remedial actions, Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Settlements, and Remedial Design/Remedial Action Settlements. Jeff has also obtained solid waste approvals for haulers, brokers, and solid waste facilities and recycling facilities for solid waste utilities just starting up or continuing to grow.

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