New Jersey Law Firm Shares Updates on Environmental Law Matters with Launch of New Web Site

Lieberman & Blecher is launching a revamped website with a variety of news and information, including free access to the e-newsletter with updates on environmental and land use issues in New Jersey

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB), April 16, 2010 – A prestigious New Jersey environmental law firm launched a new website that gives business owners and state officials access to free online updates on the latest environmental and land use issues.

The new website was launched by Lieberman & Blecher, a Princeton, New Jersey-based law firm that represents individuals, businesses, small businesses and public entities in a variety of environmental, land use, real estate and civil litigation.

“Our new website gives interested professionals the opportunity to subscribe to our free e-newsletter, which contains updated news and information on environmental issues in New Jersey, as well as some helpful content about the services our firm offers,” said Stuart Lieberman, a foundation member von Lieberman & Blecher and former Assistant Attorney General for New Jersey State assigned to the Environmental Protection Division.

The new website also includes a page dedicated to law firm news. The firm recently announced that Lieberman was selected for the 2010 New Jersey Super Lawyers, an honor reserved for only five percent of lawyers in the state. The New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine selection process is conducted by the research team at Super Lawyers, a legal service of Thomson Reuters’ legal department based in Eagan, Minnesota. Each year, Super Lawyers conducts a rigorous multi-phase selection process that includes a nationwide survey of lawyers, an independent assessment of candidates by lawyer-led research staff, an appraisal of candidates by area of ​​activity, and a good and disciplinary examination.

Lieberman & Blecher’s experienced environmental attorneys specialize in groundwater and drinking water pollution, brownfield and superfund cases, land use licensing and compliance issues, hazardous material discharges, wetlands and toxic species. For more information, visit or call 732.355.1311.

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