WEBINAR: Getting Projects Done: A Look at How New Jersey Does It in a Tightly-Regulated Landscape

(Last Updated On: October 28, 2019)

A complimentary webinar featuring Rutter & Roy managing partner Christine Roy, Esq. and Sara Mochrie, Deputy Director of Ecology & Environment

Date: November 14, 2019

Time: 12:00-1:00pm EST

Join us for a free webinar featuring regional case studies of infrastructure permitting challenges and solutions from practitioners in the field. The Northeast, and New Jersey specifically, has some of the nation’s most rigorous regulatory and permitting requirements for energy infrastructure projects. 

Register to learn how practitioners move complex energy projects, such as wind or pipelines, from planning to construction in this tightly-regulated environment. 

Longtime environmental and energy lawyer Christine Roy and Sara Mochrie, energy and ecology expert, will discuss how they effectively navigate their clients through onerous and often choppy terrain so that their clients get the permits and approvals to get project built. 


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Christine Roy, managing partner of Rutter & Roy, an environmental, energy and infrastructure law firm, focuses her practice on regulatory and commercial activities connected with linear construction and large-scale development projects in New Jersey. Christine has extensive experience in project planning, jurisdictional determinations, condemnation/eminent domain, environmental permitting, pipeline and utility law. 

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Sara Mochrie is Deputy Director of Ecology & Environment where she is Principal biologist concentrating on offshore energy permitting including wind, LNG, and pipelines. She focuses primarily in water and energy projects in the northeast and offshore. Sara counts among her specialties offshore wind, transmission, oil and gas and risk management for the development and permitting of infrastructure projects.

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