Kate Coffey and Catherine Nolan authored an article, "NJDEP Proposes Controversial Amendments to the Flood Hazard Area Act Rules," in New Jersey Business Association's Newsletter. The article delves into the politics surrounding New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's proposed amendments to the Flood Hazard Area Control Act rules, and related rules under the Coastal Zone Management Act and the Stormwater Management Act.
On Wednesday, March 15, Kate Coffey will be speaking at the 13th Annual Landlord-Tenant Law: Lease Agreements, Defaults, and Collections seminar about laws concerning leasing and condominiums.
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On February 27, Kate Coffey will be speaking at the 5th Annual Landlord-Tenant Law: From Lease to Eviction Seminar for Sterling Education Services, a non-profit continuing legal education company.
Patrick McCarthy and Christopher Stracco are scheduled to speak on Friday, February 10, at the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education's Annual 2017 Redevelopment Law Institute at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel in Iselin, New Jersey.
Florence Davis co-wrote an article entitled "Taming the Duck--Distributed Energy Resource Solutions to Renewable Energy Integration," for Bloomberg BNA's Daily Environment Report.
Day Pitney partners Marie Bertrand and Michael Byrne have been named Fellows of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys.
Michael P. Byrne was mentioned in an article, "Day Pitney, Greenberg Traurig Steer $130M NYC Loan," in Law360.
Barbara Freedman Wand was quoted in the article "Banks Explore Multiple Avenues For Community Investment," in The Commercial Record.
Harold Blinderman was quoted in an article, "Coal Co.'s Win Won't Diminish EPA's Regulatory Clout," in Law360. In the article, he discusses the significance of the case, Murray Energy Corporation et al v. Administrator of Environmental Protection Agency, in which the federal District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia granted summary judgment to Murray Energy.
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