William J. Beneduce focuses his practice on all facets of environmental law, including compliance, regulation, transactional, and litigation.
Bill assists clients with their complex environmental matters in New Jersey, New York, and abroad. He is experienced in counseling his clients through state and federal environmental regulatory schemes, including site remediation laws, urban redevelopment, CERCLA, RCRA, New Jersey’s Spill Act, ISRA, and OSHA, among many others. He also counsels his clients toward achieving their goals during environmental due diligence, Brownfields redevelopment, and cleanup cost recovery.
Bill works with a large segment of the business community, including real estate developers, commercial business owners, shopping mall owners, manufacturers, and industrial companies, advising them on environmental laws that relate to the investigation and remediation of contaminated or potentially contaminated properties, underground storage tanks, hazardous waste and materials, insurance coverage, and permitting. Bill helps his clients comply with these complex environmental laws to resolve their land issues and achieve their objectives in a cost-efficient manner.
A significant portion of Bill’s practice is dedicated to aiding clients in site remediation so that they can complete pending real estate transactions.
Bill also applies his regulatory experience to the Cannabis Law Group. He brings a practical and cost-effective legal compliance approach, and he has a thorough knowledge of current and evolving medical, hemp, and recreational adult-use cannabis law in New Jersey and New York.
Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin, Bill was a legal intern at the Rutgers Environmental Law Clinic from 2002 to 2003.
Bill has been selected for inclusion in the Environmental Law section of New Jersey Rising Stars.
Bill is an avid motorcyclist and maintains his healthy lifestyle using a stand-up desk in the office.
William J. Beneduce was selected to the 2018 Rising Stars Super Lawyers list. The Super Lawyers List is issued by Thompson Reuters. A description of the selection methodology can be found here. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.