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

Lieberman & Blecher launches revised Web site with wide range of news and information, including free access to e-newsletter with updates on New Jersey environmental and land use matters

Princeton, NJ (Martindale-Hubbell® NewswirePRWEB) April 16, 2010 — A highly regarded New Jersey environmental law firm has introduced a new Web site, providing business owners and government officials in the state with access to free online updates regarding timely environmental law and land use matters.

The new site was launched by Lieberman & Blecher, a Princeton, N.J.-based law firm that represents individuals, corporations, small businesses and public entities in an array of environmental, land use, real estate and civil litigation matters.

“Our new site features an opportunity for interested professionals to subscribe to our free e-newsletter, which contains updated news and information on New Jersey environmental law topics and some helpful content regarding the services provided by our firm,” said Stuart Lieberman, a founding member of Lieberman & Blecher and former Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Jersey who was assigned to the Environmental Protection Section.

The new site also includes a page dedicated to law firm news. The firm recently announced that Lieberman has been added to the New Jersey Super Lawyers list for 2010. The selection process for the New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine is conducted by the research team at Super Lawyers, which is a service of the Thomson Reuters Legal division, based in Eagan, Minn. Each year, Super Lawyers undertakes a rigorous multi-phase selection process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, a peer review of candidates by practice area, and a good-standing and disciplinary check.

Lieberman & Blecher’s experienced environmental attorneys concentrate in the areas of groundwater and drinking water contamination, Brownfields and Superfund cases, land use permitting and compliance matters, hazardous substance discharges, wetlands and toxic torts. For more information, please go to or call 732-355-1311.

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