NJ Businesses Hope For Balanced Post-Sandy Legislation

Law360, New York (December 07, 2012, 8:42 PM ET) -- New Jersey lawmakers grappling with the aftereffects of Superstorm Sandy have proposed reforms including utility infrastructure improvements and mandatory backup power sources for gas stations, but officials want to avoid hastily passing legislation that could harm companies, meaning it's too soon to tell how extensive the changes for business could be.

After Sandy, Democratic and Republican members of the state Legislature introduced a slew of bills that would mean new requirements for electric utilities, gas stations, grocery stores, public adjusters and other entities to protect against...
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