Environmental Law

New Jersey Law Journal

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Vapor Intrusion Investigations: Community Outreach Is a Necessity
These potentially invasive and expansive surveys require excellent communication with the affected local residents
By David A. Brooks and Camille V. Otero

How To Handle Insolvent Insurers in Environmental Coverage Matters
Allocating liability in long-tail coverage cases; when can the policyholder be held responsible?
By Louis Giansante

Tick, Tock: Appellate Court Starts the Clock on Spill Act Contribution Claims
Recent ruling creates conflict, departs from prior decisions
By David Edelstein and Craig Huber

Environmental Indemnification Provisions in Private Acquisition Transactions
Using contractual mechanisms to allocate the risk of future liability
By Keith E. Lynott and Marshall B. McLean

N.J. Environmental Law’s Top 10 of 2013
A look back at the 10 most important issues affecting environmental law in 2013.
By Lewis Goldshore

A Pa. Case Study in Valuing Contaminated Property
How much is contaminated property worth, if responsible parties have agreed to clean it up?
By David G. Mandelbaum
 

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