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LSRPA Class: 'Due Diligence in New Jersey'

Wednesday, October 30, 2019



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Presented by the Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association (LSRPA), Course No. 2018-044

Registration: 8:30 am
Course: 9–5 pm
Networking Reception: 5–6:30 pm (included with your course registration)
Location: 101 Carnegie Center, Princeton, NJ 08540
The Einstein Room (lower level, near cafeteria – parking is in back of building)  

Instructors:
Chemmie Sokolic, Technical Director of Due Diligence Services,
    Matrix New World Engineering

Benjamin Alter, LSRP, GZA GeoEnvironmental
Jeff Casaletto, Esq., Norris McLaughlin, P.A.



Registration: $290 LSRPA Members; $350 Non-Members
Credits: 3.5 Regulatory; 3.5 Technical Credits
8.3 NJ CLEs (Continuing Legal Education) are available.

This LSRPA event includes instructors from Norris McLaughlin, P.A. and results in CLE's for our attorney members and colleagues.  

Course size is limited.

Description
What environmental risks and liabilities can potentially be
    associated with real estate transactions?
Who needs to be concerned about those risks and liabilities
    and when should adequate due diligence be conducted?
How does environmental due diligence limit and offer
    protections against those risks and liabilities in NJ?
What are the typical environmental due diligence products and
    services, what do they include, and what do they not include?

This full-day of the LSRPA class designed for all levels of due diligence professionals, attorneys, and others interested in commercial and industrial real estate explores real estate environmental due diligence and introduces some of the many laws, regulations, standards, and guidance documents from where these due diligence activities were derived.  

The course focuses on the two primary types of environmental assessments in NJ — the ASTM Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I) and the Preliminary Assessment (PA) — the protections they offer, what they include, and what they don’t.  

Due diligence assessment insights and the role of the legal liability of the Licensed Site Remediation Professional will be shared throughout the course. The class also presents certain due diligence-related legal nuances commonly encountered during real estate transactions.  Less <



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