Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP

Environment Department

New Jersey
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Overview

  • Impact of federal, state and local environmental laws and regulations on real estate, business and lending transactions and business operations  
  • Clients include developers, property and business owners, manufacturers, private and public companies, landlords, tenants, financial institutions, investors, trustees and individuals
  • Identifying and mitigating environmental risks
  • Brownfield cleanups and redevelopment of contaminated properties
  • Compliance with laws, regulations and permit requirements on property use, pollution and cleanup, including federal Superfund law and state analogs
  • Waste generation and disposal laws
  • Air, water and wetlands laws and permits
  • Transaction-triggered environmental laws  
  • Negotiation with governmental entities on regulatory issues
  • Financing options for redevelopers of contaminated properties
  • Environmental cleanup cost recovery
  • Disclosure laws and obligations concerning environmental conditions on real property
  • Due diligence and contractual allocation of environmental risks in transactions
  • Institutional and engineering controls
  • Resolution of penalty and enforcement proceedings
  • Environmental insurance
  • Environmental litigation
  • Environmental lien laws
  • Environmental aspects of bankruptcy proceedings
  • Sustainable development and alternative energy  
  • Environmental health and safety compliance
  • Workplace safety and product stewardship laws

Industries

Aerospace & Defence

Banks

Chemicals

Commercial & Professional Services

Construction & Materials

Consumer Product Manufacturing

Education

Energy

Financial Services

Forestry & Paper

Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences

Private Clients / Individuals

Real Estate

Real Estate Finance

Retail

Technology, Hardware & Electronics

Transportation

Utilities