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Legislative Skullduggery: More Laws to Enforce, Fewer Resources to Do It

There has, indeed, been a marked evolution in the investigation and prosecution of environmental crimes in New Jersey and around the United States since the inception 30 years ago of environmental law as we know it today. Just as...

The Origin and Demise of New Jersey's Open Market Emissions Trading Program

On August 2, 1996, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) promulgated rules governing its Open Market Emissions Trading (OMET) program. With a goal to provide industry with a greater degree of flexibility in...

The Origin and Demise of New Jersey's Open Market Emissions Trading Program

On August 2, 1996, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) promulgated rules governing its Open Market Emissions Trading (OMET) program. With a goal to provide industry with a greater degree of flexibility in...

Industry Files Litigation Against New Jersey Opposing Aggressive Natural Resource Initiatives

An industry coalition filed suit in March 2004, against the state of New Jersey opposing highly criticized tactics, including the state's use of a New Orleans-based firm known for representing plaintiffs in toxic tort and related...