4 Tips For Navigating Brownfield Redevelopment Issues

Law360, New York (May 15, 2012, 7:13 PM ET) -- Former industrial sites around the country are being offered up for new development, presenting potentially lucrative residential, retail and commercial opportunities. But navigating their contaminated past can be time-consuming and expensive without the right preparation and representation.

The leftover environmental issues at brownfield sites vary from location to location, and state and federal agencies and regulators can be involved in the cleanup and redevelopment process, adding both new layers of complication and opportunities to participate in money-saving programs.

Experts say developers can avoid possible monetary and litigious...
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