New Jersey Environmental Law Attorneys
New Jersey Environmental Insurance Litigation Lawyers
At the Lum
Attorneys in our Environmental Law group are at the forefront of litigation over the dynamic field of insurance coverage for environmental contamination. We are actively involved in counseling companies to ensure their compliance with the continually evolving environmental statutory and regulatory provisions.
In addition to environmental insurance litigation, our lawyers have significant experience in toxic torts and environmental contamination litigation. Our firm represents numerous companies concerning the various regulatory issues that confront the business community.
The Lum Firm represents companies on an ongoing basis before all federal agencies and state environmental bureaus in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and occasionally other states. We have an active practice representing companies involved with Superfund sites in various states.
We also provide all necessary support in obtaining appropriate permits for air, water and ground discharges, as well as in obtaining all approvals necessary for both developments and day-to-day manufacturing concerns. Our firm has represented county utilities authorities in the enforcement of various solid waste laws and regulations, concerning shipment, decal and recycling procedures, compliance, and violations. We counsel banking institutions on compliance with environmental laws in the constantly changing field of lender liability.
We have an extensive wetlands practice encompassing all aspects of state and federal law on that issue including permitting, counsel and litigation. Our environmental law lawyers have participated in wetlands matters before a variety of jurisdictions including the United States Supreme Court.
Contact our environmental law attorneys today to schedule an appointment with an experienced and efficient professional.
From our offices in Roseland, New Jersey, we serve clients from all across the United States in dealing with environmental law and Superfund site issues.