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    Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla's Environmental Law Practice Group Launches Blog, NJ Environmental Law Blog"

    April 23, 2012

    April 23, 2012 - Red Bank - The Environmental Law Practice Group at Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. is proud to announce the launching of its environmental blog, NJ Environmental Law Blog. The blog is dedicated to the discussion of types environmental news, laws, regulations, and upcoming events in the environmental field.

    Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla's Environmental Practice Group boasts several of New Jersey's leading authorities on environmental law with experience and in-depth knowledge of the network of local, state and federal environmental laws and regulations. The Group's attorneys provide environmental counsel to residential and commercial builders and developers, including numerous Fortune 500 public and private companies. They also represent real estate lenders and owners, operators and developers of industrial and manufacturing facilities, and telecommunications companies.

    Recent updates to the blog include the following:

    Submerged Aquatic Vegetation: Navigating NJDEP Waterfront Development Permit Process Difficult for Applicants Applicants seeking approval from NJDEP for waterfront structures such as recreational docks and piers often face the challenge of satisfying NJDEP's Submerged Vegetation rule. The rule applies where submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) exists or where water areas are mapped as SAV habitat. Read More.

    Clean Bill Of Health, Without The Clean Under the old framework at NJDEP, a responsible party would typically petition NJDEP for a "No Further Action Letter" (NFA). As custom would have it, purchasers and lenders in real estate transactions would request an NFA confirming the obvious – that is—that, literally, no further action is required because the property has been remediated to applicable commercial or residential standards, as the case may be.Read More.

    New Jersey Appeals Court Sides With Homeowners On Value Of Ocean View The Appellate Division of New Jersey Superior Court upheld a jury's award of $375,000 to a Harvey Cedars couple whose ocean view was blocked by a twenty-two-foot high sand dune constructed as part of a Long Beach Island (LBI) beach replenishment project. Read More.

    Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. is a multi-specialty law firm dedicated to providing sophisticated, complex legal services and solutions. The attorneys maintain personal relationships and gather in-depth knowledge of clients’ businesses and industries to construct both sound legal advice and effective strategies to resolve business issues. With a focus on responsiveness and producing results with outstanding value to their clients’ bottom line, the firm provides experienced legal representation in a wide variety of practice areas, including: Corporate and Business; Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy; Environmental; Healthcare; Intellectual Property and Technology; Labor and Employment; Litigation; Real Estate, Land Use and Development; and Trusts and Estates. For more information, visit us at

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