Regulations change, standards are updated, and new laws and amendments come into effect. Performing due diligence assessments that are not consistent with current industry standards, or relying on outdated data and reports may not give you the legal protections you need. Worse still, it may give you a false sense of security, resulting in potentially risky business decisions and costly liability.
Previous and Upcoming Classes and Presentations
“Chemmie Sokolic Discusses the New Phase I Standard with the Maryland Department of Planning on June 16, 2022”
- Chemmie Sokolic will be speaking on June 16, 2022 about the new ASTM E1527-21 Phase I Environmental Site Assessment standard as part of a brownfields webinar series hosted by the State of Maryland Department of Planning: "From Due Diligence to Redevelopment".
“Chemmie Sokolic and Larry Schnapf Discuss the New Phase I Standard on May 11, 2022”
- Chemmie Sokolic and Larry Schnapf will be speaking about the new ASTM E1527-21 Phase I Environmental Site Assessment standard at an accredited and complimentary webinar presented by Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein & Breitstone, LLP, and moderated by Environmental Partner Sami B. Groff on May 11, 2022.
May 11, 2022 - Live on-line event
“Chemmie Sokolic, Larry Schnapf, and Chris Martell Discuss the New Phase I Standard on Jan 19, 2022”
- Chemmie Sokolic, Larry Schnapf, and Chris Martell will be speaking about the new ASTM E1527-21 Phase I Environmental Site Assessment standard at a moderated event in cooperation with the New York City Brownfield Partnership (NYCBP), the Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE), the Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association (LSRPA), and the Society for Women Environmental Professionals New Jersey Chapter (NJSWEP), on January 19, 2022.
January 19, 2022 - Live event over Zoom
“Conducting Environmental Due Diligence in New Jersey”
- Hosted by Continuing Professional Education Services, LLC
- NJ LSRP: 3.5 Regulatory & 4 Technical CECs; NJ Continuing Legal Education: 9 CLEs; NJ Professional Engineers: 7.5 CPCs; 7.5 NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs). This course is eligible toward PDHs for Pennsylvania Professional Geologists.
December 8, 2021 - Eco Complex, Bordentown, New Jersey
“Due Diligence in New Jersey”
- Sponsored by the Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association
- Approved for 7 Continuing Education Credits for LSRPs (including 3.5 Regulatory CECs and 3.5 Technical CECs); 8.2 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits for attorneys; and 2 Continuing Professional Competency (CPC) credits for Professional Engineers.
- Offered biannually since 2015
Presented by the LSRPA bi-annually since 2015
“Real Estate Environmental Due Diligence”
- 1-hour class approved for New Jersey and Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education credits
- Offered upon request since 2018
CREDIT REAPPROVAL IN PROGRESS...
“Phase I ESAs vs. Preliminary Assessments”
- City College of New York - in conjunction with the Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE)
"Environmental Consulting - Real Estate Due Diligence“
- Bruriah High School, Elizabeth, NJ
Annually since 2016
“Why Real Estate Purchasing, Construction, Development, and Operation Requires Adequate Due Diligence”
- Orthodox Jewish Builders Association Expo, Secaucus, NJ
May & November 2018 – 2019
“Environmental, Building, and Property Due Diligence: Look Before You Leap”
- Construction Round Table
“Are You at Risk? Health, Safety & Environmental Issues Facing the People & Places in Your Community"
- League of Municipalities Expo