Seton Hall University School of Law
University of Richmond
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York
U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Mr. Policastro, Chair of the Site Remediation Practice Area, is a transactional, business attorney, who focuses his practice in development, redevelopment, environmental compliance cases, corporate transactional matters, land use, zoning and business counseling. Admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York, he has represented numerous national developers, manufacturers, cogeneration facilities and utilities, automobile dealerships, lenders, borrowers and municipal boards in myriad land use contexts, including commercial and residential development and due diligence matters. He also focuses on complex remediation cases and general environmental compliance counseling. He has significant experience in ISRA, Spill Act, LSRP, UST and related hazardous substance regulatory matters and redevelopment of contaminated sites. Mr. Policastro is originally from New York City and was raised in Holmdel, NJ. Mr. Policastro attended Christian Brothers Academy, University of Richmond and Seton Hall Law School.
Mr. Policastro is the author of The Remediation Wire, a blog devoted to a broad range of environmental news, laws, regulations and upcoming events in the environmental field.
Mr. Policastro is also the co-author of New Jersey Redevelopment Blog, a blog devoted to to news and updates regarding all Redevelopment matters, laws, news and updates throughout New Jersey.
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