Edward A. Hogan, a member of the Somerville law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will speak at a Rutgers University seminar entitled Underground Storage Tanks: NJDEP’s Regulatory Training on May 6, 2008 at the Cook Campus in New Brunswick.
This course is for anyone who works with Underground Storage Tanks (USTs), whether seeking certification for the first time or in need of recertification. Session topics include “New Jersey UST Regulations” and “Corrective Action for Soil and Ground Water.” Participants will acquire the regulatory information they need to stay current with New Jersey’s UST requirements and to help their clients or employers avoid potential penalty. Tank owners, consultants, engineers, contractors, health officers, geologists, soil scientists and attorneys are strongly encouraged to attend.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Underground Storage Tanks has approved this course, which meets the requirements of the state law for training required for certification or recertification of individuals who conduct work on regulated underground storage tanks in the state.
For more information on this seminar, please visit the Rutgers registration web site at http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu.
Hogan is a member of the firm and Co-Chair of the Environmental Law Group. He represents and counsels developers, redevelopers, manufacturers, commercial entities, and highly-regulated service businesses in all aspects of environmental law and litigation.
For more than twenty-five years, Hogan has been at the forefront of site remediation issues in New Jersey. He develops integrated strategies for responding to governmental mandates, pursuing cost recovery actions, and facilitating purchase, sale and redevelopment of contaminated properties. A frequent author and lecturer for legal, business and trade groups, he also teaches at continuing professional education programs.
Hogan is listed in three categories in the current edition of The Best Lawyers In America: Environmental Law, Energy Law, and Natural Resources Law. He has been included in the Environmental Law section since 1993. In addition, Hogan has served numerous leadership roles with the New Jersey State Bar Association, Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey, New Jersey Business and Industry Association, Environmental Business Association of New Jersey, New Jersey OSHA & Industry Communication Alliance, and Technical Regulations Advisory Coalition.
Hogan earned his J.D. from Georgetown University, his M.F.S. from Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and his B.S. from Saint Peter’s College.