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"PFAS and PFOS Contamination" - Phillips Nizer welcomes Catherine R. McCabe, Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for a meeting of the American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL) Region 2 hosted by Eileen Millett, partner, Environmental Practice and ACOEL Fellow.03/06/2019
Program Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 | Program Time: 4:00 - 5:30 pm.
Venue: Phillips Nizer LLP - 485 Lexington Ave., 10th Fl., New York, NY 10017
Commissioner McCabe will provide insight into how New Jersey and other states are addressing “emerging contaminants” such as PFOA, PFOS and other PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances). | bio
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Publication - "Trees have no tongues, but the Lorax has one," a blog post authored by Eileen Millett, partner in our Environmental Law Practice, featured by the American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL).01/08/2019
Last week, in Cowpasture River Preservation Association v. Forest Service a panel of the 4th Fourth Circuit rejected the U.S. Forest Service approval of a pipeline development that would have crossed 21 miles of national forest land, and the Appalachian National Scenic Trial...more
Media - Environmental partner Eileen Millett authors, "A Step Too Far From a 'SEP' In The Right Direction," an article appearing in this month's issue of The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, a publication of The American Law Institute (ALI).11/01/2017
Eileen is a member of the Editorial Board of The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, and serves on the ALI CLE Environmental Advisory Panel. She highlights an interesting development from the Trump Administration that may affect the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's policy on Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs). On June 5, 2017, the U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, moved to limit, if not end, the practice of a company using settlement funds to aid projects that are not germane to an underlying dispute.