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NJ Environmental Attorney to Speak on Redevelopment Panel


October 14, 2016
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John Scagnelli, Chair of Environmental Land Use Group, to be on Panel Discussing Resources to Jumpstart Vacant Property Redevelopment at Brownfield Coalition Event

John Scagnelli covers the entire environmental law fieldLyndhurst, NJ – October 14, 2016 – John M. Scagnelli, Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner and Chair of the firm’s Environmental and Land Use Group, will be among the panelists at a Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE) Program and Resource Fair. Entitled “Resources to Jumpstart Your Vacant Property Redevelopment,” the Program will be held Mott MacDonald Training Facility held on November 2, 2016 from 3-6 p.m.  Mr. Scagnelli and other panelists will discuss New Jersey incentives for sustainable development, to help owners of vacant and contaminated properties find redevelopment solutions.

According to Scagnelli, “Housing, commercial development and recreational areas and solar energy have all been developed successfully on remediated brownfield properties.”

The panel will share new financial tools, insurance products, and other risk management instruments, recent court decisions and the advancements in cleanup methods and technology that impact the brownfield remediation and redevelopment industries.

For more information or to register, go to:

http://www.brownfieldcoalitionne.org/event-2324580

About John Scagnelli:
John M. Scagnelli’s environmental law practice encompasses the entire environmental law field, including environmental compliance, environmental litigation, environmental auditing, environmental permitting and environmental counseling. He is Environmental Counsel to the New Jersey League of Municipalities. He also serves as environmental counsel for banks and lending institutions, commercial and industrial companies, states and municipalities, real estate development organizations, and other organizations. His environmental work includes remediation projects and litigation relating to state environmental statutes.

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