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Employment

Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. offers exceptional career opportunities to lawyers, aspiring graduates and business support professionals in an environment that is challenging and rewarding. Our continued success depends on our most important asset – our people – which is why we take care in recruiting and retaining the best. We look for candidates with academic excellence, proven commitment and self-motivation.

As a forward-thinking and client-oriented law firm, Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla is continually seeking out new talent to join our team. We look for team players possessing the ability to work individually and as a part of our departmental teams.

If interested, we encourage you to submit a cover letter and resume directly to James D'Arcy, via email to info@ghclaw.com or via fax to (732) 224-6599.

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            ARTICLES BY STEVEN M. DALTON, ESQ:

    "Coming Soon - Final ALJ Decisions," NJ Environmental Law Blog, December 23, 2014

     "DEP Extends Coastal Rules Without Acting On Substantive Changes," NJ Environmental Law Blog,
    December 19, 2014

    "'Convenience Dumping' - Not So Convenient After All," NJ Environmental Law Blog September 29, 2014

    "Permit Transfer Approval - Don't Close Without It!" Dimensions, April/May 2014

    "Middlesex County Sewer Service Area Update Delayed," NJ Environmental Law Blog, February 18, 2014

    "GH&C Attorneys Secure Sewage Treatment Rights For Developer," NJ Environmental Law Blog, February 5, 2014

    "Remedial Investigation Deadline To Be Extended?" NJ Environmental Law Blog, December 4, 2013

    "Sewer Reservation Agreement Ordinance Withstands Challenge Preserving Development Rights," 
    NJ Environmental Law Blog, September 6, 2013

    "Deed Restricting The Shoreline: Are Permanent Restrictions Workable In Light Of Changing Conditions?" NJ Environmental Law Blog, July 22, 2013

    "Remediation Deadline Leads To Surge In Access Requests," NJ Environmental Law Blog, June 24, 2013

    "Bill To Strengthen Role Of Administrative Law Judges Advances," NJ Environmental Law Blog, May 3, 2013

    "Legislation Benefiting Property Excluded From Wastewater Service Areas Set To Expire January 2014,"NJ Environmental Law Blog, March 18, 2013

    "Legal Q&A," New Jersey Tech News, March 2013

    "Highlands Plan Conformance Guidelines Withstand Challenge," NJ Environmental Law Blog, January 30, 2012

    "Monmouth County Sewer Service Area Map Open to Public Comment," NJ Environmental Law Blog,
    January 17, 2013

    "New Jersey Spill Act: Innocent Purchaser Defense," NJ Environmental Law Blog, December 28, 2012

    "Legal/Legislative 2012 Wrap-Up" Bulletin Board, Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey,
    November/December 2012

    "Holding Land For A Future Payout - Don't Bank On It!" Perspective NJ

    "Permit Extension Act Renewed"

    GH&C Alert: DEP Adopts "Waiver Rule"

    Steven M. Dalton Authors Article, "Highlands Grandfather Exemption: Still Alive"

    Steven M. Dalton Authors Case Study in Commerce Magazine

    "Seller Beware: How to Avoid Costly Mistakes in Product Labeling"

    "Legal Q&A," New Jersey Tech News, July, 2010

    "Legal Q&A," New Jersey Tech News, February 2009

    "Rising Cost of Regulatory Changes," Dimensions, September 2008

    "Flood of Proposed DEP Regulations," New Jersey Law Journal

    "'Grandfathering' Under the New Flood Hazard Rules," Dimensions

    "DEP's Settlement Discretion Scrutinized" New Jersey Law Journal

    "Highlands 'Grandfather' Exemption" Dimensions

    "DEP Limits Development Opportunities In Disturbed C-1 Buffers" Dimensions

    "Ground Truthing Needed for Environmentally Sensitive Areas" New Jersey Law Journal

    "COAH 3rd Round Regulations Overturned," January 2007

    "COAH's 3rd Round Regulations- Navigating the COAH Objection Process," October 2006

    "Toms River Development Restrictions Sought" Dimensions

    "DEP Gets Tough" New Jersey Law Journal

    "Smart Growth: Dagger Through Affordable Housing's Heart" New Jersey Lawyer

    "Recording Act Takes Precedence Over CAFRA," New Jersey Law Journal

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