New Jersey Environmental Law Handbook

New Jersey Environmental Law Handbook

Albert I. Telsey


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This thoroughly revised edition of the
New Jersey Environmental Law Handbook provides a comprehensive reference work that the reader can rely on for up-to-date and accurate information on New Jersey's environmental law. Each chapter incorporates both a theoretical and practical approach to ensure that you get the best and most actionable information possible. The author and the contributors are all respected attorneys, consultants, and professionals, and all are experts in their fields. They come together in this book to provide the most in-depth and up-to-date guide for New Jersey’s environmental regulations and policies, all while maintaining an accessible and engaging writing style.

New Jersey Environmental Law Handbook begins with an overview of the environmental law program in New Jersey and discusses a variety of topics including the Meadowlands, water quality and supply, contaminated property, finance and insurance, and litigation. Other chapters include topics such as wildlife protection, air quality regulation, flood hazard control, and redevelopment.


Albert I. Telsey:
Albert I. Telsey is a partner with Meyner and Landis LLP. His practices focuses on all aspects of environmental compliance, counseling, and litigation as it relates to redevelopment and the purchase, sale, lease, mortgage, foreclosure, condemnation, and cleanup of contaminated property in New Jersey. Mr. Telsey provides counseling and guidance on renewable energy and energy conservation programs for land owners, local governments, and solar developers. He has been named a Super Lawyer in environmental law by New Jersey Monthly Magazine.