John A. Jakub

Member | New Jersey/New York/Pennsylvania

John A. Jakub concentrates his practice on environmental compliance, regulation, and litigation.

John represents and counsels a variety of clients, including commercial and residential developers, chemical manufacturers, industrial companies, and commercial business owners, on myriad environmental and regulatory issues.  He has represented and continues to assist clients in matters involving ISRA compliance, site remediation, environmental audits, due diligence, Brownfields redevelopment, permitting, solid and hazardous waste regulation, solid waste utility compliance, air and water pollution control, and cleanup cost recovery.  John is experienced in representing clients in administrative proceedings and working with local, state, and federal agencies to resolve non-litigated compliance matters.  He develops integrated strategies for responding to governmental mandates, pursuing cost recovery actions, and facilitating purchase, sale, and redevelopment of contaminated properties. In addition to representing private, commercial, and nonprofit clients, John has also served as a municipal prosecutor for Rutgers University.

Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin, P.A., John was a law clerk for the Hon. Sybil R. Moses, Assignment Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Bergen County.  Upon graduating from the United States Military Academy West Point, John was commissioned in the Field Artillery in the United States Army.  He commanded a Field Artillery Battery during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm.

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  • “The Interplay and Intersection Between Real Estate and Environmental Law in Transactions,” Norris McLaughlin, P.A., Bridgewater, NJ, May 7, 2019
  • Breakfast Seminar, How New Regulations Adopted By the Department of Children and Families Impact New Jersey Child Care Center Operators, Law Offices of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., Bridgewater, New Jersey, December 14, 2006

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