2017 Redevelopment Law Institute

Joseph J. Maraziti, Jr. participated on the panel, "Suburban Office Campuses -- Ripe for Redevelopment Area Designation?" as part of the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education's (NJICLE) 2017 Annual Redevelopment Law Institute, at the Renaissance...

The Land Use Institute

Joseph J. Maraziti , Jr. spoke on "How do we address regional and statewide growth and redevelopment in a saner fashion?" as part of The Land Use Institute's program, "Planning & Developing for New Jersey's 'Pigs in the Demographic Python.'

Association of Environmental Authorities

Diane Alexander was named to the Board of Directors of the Association of Environmental Authorities of New Jersey at the Annual Meeting and Conference held in Atlantic City on November 16, 2016.  For more information about the Association, click...

Environmental Law CLE

Joanne Vos spoke at the Middlesex County Bar Association's Environmental Law CLE Seminar, the "Primer on Environmental Insurance." Click here to see the flyer for more details  ...

Western Edge Redevelopment Plan

Maraziti Falcon worked with Mayor Dawn Zimmer; Brandy A. Forbes, P.P., AICP; the Hoboken City Council; and Dave Roberts, P.P., Maser Consulting on the Redevelopment Plan to transform an area of the City, which is dominated by the last vestiges of Hoboken's industrial...

Standards for Drinking Water Contaminants

On September 8, 2016, the New Jersey Senate Environmental and Energy Committee approved a bill (S2468, Senator Lesniak as primary sponsor) directing the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to adopt standards for certain drinking water contaminants based...

Judge Rules in Favor of Carneys Point Township

Judge Anne McDonnell, P.J.Ch., granted Carneys Point Township's Motion for Summary Judgment in full, compelling Chambers Cogeneration, L.P. to make all payments under the Host Community Benefit Agreement that has been in place since 1991. The Chambers facility sells...

Newark at Forefront of Environmental Justice

On July 7, 2016, the Newark City Council adopted one of the nation's first Environmental Justice ordinances, which is designed to address the cumulative, adverse, environmental impacts of locally undesirable land uses on the community. Maraziti Falcon, LLP co-drafted...

What Is “Environmental Justice”?

Recently, the USEPA has focused on environmental justice, causing many to ask: What is "environmental justice"? In its simplest terms, environmental justice is a cross-section of civil rights, environmental law, land use and science, created to combat disproportionate...

Brent Carney Speaks on Environmental Law Panel

On June 25, 2016, Brent Carney spoke on the "Redevelopment and Resiliency: Technical and Legal Perspectives" panel during the Environmental Law Section Forum Weekend in Cape May, NJ. Information regarding this event may be found on the New Jersey State Bar Association...