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September 2016 Environmental Law Bulletin

September 30, 2016

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW BULLETIN September 30, 2016 MANDATORY CESSATION OF PERC DRY CLEANING EQUIPMENT LOCATED IN BUILDINGS WITH RESIDENTIAL USE BY DECEMBER 21, 2020. By: DOUGLAS I. EILENDER, ESQ. Today, the NJDEP issued a compliance advisory reminding the public about the federal regulation that requires all perchloro-ethylene (“PERC”) dry cleaning equipment

Associate Brian Block’s Article on the CERCLA Statute of Limitations Published by Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy

August 25, 2016

The Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy has published Associate Brian Block’s article on Environmental Protection Agency “Consistency Waivers” and their impact on the CERCLA statute of limitations. To read article, please CLICK HERE

Retired Judge Paul J. Vichness Has Been Appointed to The Essex County Professional Committee

August 21, 2016

Retired Judge Paul J. Vichness has been appointed to the Essex County Professional Committee. The Committee is designed to help curb unprofessional behavior and restore public confidence in the Bar. The program is designed to address conduct by lawyers that does not rise to the

Member Peter A. Levy Article Featured in June 16, 2016 Edition of Inc. Magazine

June 16, 2016

Peter A. Levy, a Member of the Firm and Chair of the Life Sciences and Intellectual Property Practices, specializes in structuring, financing, and operating “start-up companies”. He has written over 200 business plans and launched dozens of start-ups over the past 15 years. Inc. Magazine

Mandelbaum Barrett Attorneys Support the Mike Geltrude Foundation

June 13, 2016

On June 13, attorneys from the Firm attended the 10th Annual Mike Geltrude Foundation Benefit at Nanina's in The Park in Belleville, NJ. The Geltrude Foundation provides resources to educate young adults about the importance of early detection of skin cancer and practicing sun safety

Member Steven Adler Featured in NJ Biz

May 12, 2016

Member Steven Adler, Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Department, was interviewed as part of the NJ Biz Triple Play series. Steven spoke about tips for employers concerning internships which you can read HERE

Casey Gocel Honored As New Leaders of the Bar by NJ Law Journal

May 3, 2016

At Mandelbaum Barrett, we've long known that Member Casey Gocel is among the best young attorneys in New Jersey. We're pleased to announce that the New Jersey Law Journal agreed when it recently selected Casey

Member Michael Saffer Featured in NJ Biz

March 5, 2016

Member Michael Saffer, Co-Chair of the Commercial and Corporate Litigation Department, was interviewed as part of the NJ Biz Triple Play series. Michael spoke about issues business owners should take into consideration when it comes to litigation and their business, which you can read about

Read Associate Brian Block’s Just Published Law Review Article in the Seton Hall Circuit Review Concerning Collecting Attorney’s Fees Under the Lanham Act

February 21, 2016

The co-authored article surveys whether and how federal circuit and district courts are applying Supreme Court’s decision in Octane Fitness, LLC v. ICON Health & Fitness, Inc. (2014), which set the standard for attorneys’ fee-shifting in the Patent Act, to attorneys’ fee applications under the