Category: Environmental Law

Survey: 2015 Environmental Law

Survey of New York Environmental law for 2014–2015. View Full PDF Mark A. Chertok is a partner, and Katherine E. Ghilain and Victoria S. Treanor are associates, at Sive, Paget & Riesel, P.C. in New York (www.sprlaw.com). All three authors practice environmental

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To Challenge Governmental Action in Land Use Matters, No Need for Unique Injury

— by Moira Ferguson Source: In re Sierra Club v. Village of Painted Post, No. 151 (N.Y. Nov. 19, 2015) Abstract: To have standing to challenge governmental action in land use matters, a party must show it would suffer a

Posted in Civil Practice, Contracts, Environmental Law, Legal Pulse

Survey: 2014 Environmental Law

Survey of New York Environmental law for 2013–2014. View Full PDF Mark A. Chertok is a partner, and Daniel Mach is an associate, at Sive, Paget & Riesel, P.C. in New York (www.sprlaw.com). Both authors practice environmental law at the firm.

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Survey: 2013 Environmental Law

Survey of New York Environmental law for 2012–2013. View Full PDF Mark A. Chertok is a partner and Daniel Mach is an associate at Sive, Paget & Riesel, P.C., in New York, NY (www.sprlaw.com). Both authors practice environmental law at the firm.

Posted in Environmental Law, Survey of New York Law

Survey: 2012 Environmental Law

Survey of New York Environmental Law for 2011–2012. View Full PDF Mark A. Chertok is a partner, and Jonathan Kalmuss-Katz an associate, at Sive, Paget & Riesel, P.C., in New York, NY (www.sprlaw.com). Both authors practice environmental law at the

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Survey: 2011 Environmental Law

Mark Chertok and Jonathan Kalmuss-Katz overview developments in the state of New York in the area of Environmental Law. This Article will discuss notable developments in the law relating to the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) for

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Note: Green Technology: An Alternative Path to Accelerated Patent Examination

In the last quarter century, a particular problem facing humanity has become increasingly clear to innovators around the world: the consumption of immense quantities of natural resources of limited and shrinking availability.  Whether it is water, crude oil, natural gas,

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Note: Let my People Go Fishing: Applying the Law of “Givings” to Private Fishing Preserves, Exclusive Fishing Rights, and State-Stocked Rivers

Most fishermen are probably not thinking about the law on a normal day on the water.  But perhaps they should if they are one of the anglers paying a fee to fish the private waters of the Douglaston Salmon Run

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Survey: 2010 Environmental Law

This Article will discuss notable developments in the law relating to the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) for the survey period in 2010.  While early 2010 saw no major cases from the Court of Appeals or groundbreaking

Posted in Environmental Law, Survey of New York Law