Transactions Involving Contaminated Property

The first 100 days of the Biden Administration saw a flurry of activities at the federal level seeking to address PFAS, a class of thousands of manmade chemicals notoriously known as Forever Chemicals because they don’t break down in the environment.

Studies continue to report adverse health effects associated with exposure to PFAS, even at

As discussed in one of our earlier blogs, back in  March 2020, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its controversial Enforcement Policy outlining certain situations where EPA would not pursue enforcement actions for specific instances of noncompliance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of the suspended obligations related to routine monitoring and

Late last night, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) released guidance confirming that site remediation work may continue under Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 122 (EO-122), which shut down all non-essential construction projects as of Friday, April 10 to help prevent community spread of COVID-19.

As anticipated in our blog last week, NJDEP

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) just released its new Guidance for Sampling and Analysis of PFAS Under NYSDEC’s Part 375 Remedial Programs January 2020.  Click here for background about PFAS chemicals and why regulators are taking action.

The guidance provides sampling protocols for PFAS in soils, sediments, solids, monitoring wells,

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) recently issued a summary of several groundwater guidance documents in an effort to address deficiencies that delay the issuance of Ground Water Remedial Action Permits. These permits are required in New Jersey whenever groundwater contamination above cleanup standards remains at a site as part of a remedial