Throughout this full-day class, you will learn about the environmental risks and liabilities that can potentially be associated with real estate transactions; how environmental due diligence can limit and offer protection against those risks and liabilities; and some of the many laws, regulations, standards, and guidance documents from where these due diligence activities are derived. You will understand who may need to conduct environmental due diligence, and when it should be performed.
You will also learn about the two primary types of environmental assessments in New Jersey — the ASTM Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I) and the Preliminary Assessment (PA) — the protections they offer, what they include, and what they don’t.
Due diligence assessment insights will be shared throughout the course, and the role and legal liability of Licensed Site Remediation Professionals will be discussed. The class will also present certain due diligence-related legal nuances that are commonly encountered during real estate transactions. Numerous case studies will be used throughout the course for illustration purposes.
This course is eligible for 3.5 Regulatory and 3.5 Technical Credits for LSRPs, as well as 8.3 CLE Credits for attorneys.
Early Bird (until midnight October 1st): $225 for LSRPA Members, $290 Non-Members
Late Registration (from October 2nd): $290 LSRPA Members; $350 Non-Members
When: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
8:30 am—9:00 am – Registration
9:00 am—5:00 pm – Course (with a one-hour lunch break and two fifteen-minute breaks)
5:00 pm—6:30 pm – Networking Reception (included)
Where: 101 Carnegie Center