Catherine "Cathy" Nolan practices real estate and environmental law. Her practice includes advising clients on environmental compliance issues, as well as representing their interests in real estate matters, including redevelopment and land use regulation. Her environmental law experience is uniquely enhanced by her Master's degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from Rutgers University and her experience as an environmental consultant prior to attending law school.
Assisted in the representation of the purchaser of a senior citizen affordable housing project, which involved negotiating with the municipality to extend an existing PILOT agreement, as well as securing required approvals from HUD
Assisted in the representation of a developer in obtaining the municipal and NJDEP approvals necessary in connection with its planned construction of a 257-unit residential building
Conducted the environmental due diligence in connection with purchase of an ownership interest in a solar photovoltaic electric generating facility
Represented both sellers and purchasers in the transfer of liquor licenses