August 29, 2007
Edward A. Hogan, a member of the Somerville law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will speak at a Rutgers University seminar entitled Underground Storage Tanks: NJDEP’s Regulatory Training on September 10, 2007 at the Cook Campus in New Brunswick.
This course is for anyone who works with Underground Storage Tanks (USTs), whether becoming certified for the first time or in need of recertification. Participants will get the regulatory information they need to stay current with New Jersey’s UST requirements and to help their clients or employers avoid potential penalty liability. Tank owners, consultants, engineers, contractors, health officers, geologists, soil scientists and attorneys are strongly encouraged to attend.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Underground Storage Tanks has approved this course, which meets the requirements of the state law for training required for certification or recertification of individuals who conduct work on regulated underground storage tanks in the state.
As co-chair of the Norris McLaughlin, P.A. Environmental Law Group, Hogan devotes his practice to environmental law and litigation, counseling manufacturers, commercial and industrial landlords and highly-regulated service businesses in all aspects of environmental law and litigation. He has written and co-authored many articles and alerts on the subject of environmental law. He has also presented seminars and presentations on the subject since 1983.
Hogan is or has served as Chairman of the Environmental Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the New Jersey OSHA & Business Communication Alliance, the Technical Regulations Advisory Coalition, and the Environmental Committees of the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey, the Ironbound Business Association, and the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.
Hogan earned his J.D. from Georgetown University, his M.F.S. from Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and his B.S. from Saint Peter’s College.