Freehold, NJ (September 9) – New Jersey-based environmental, energy and infrastructure law firm Rutter & Roy was recently certified as a WBE-owned and controlled firm by the New Jersey Department of Treasury’s Small Business Set-Aside Act and Minority and Women Certification Program.
The purpose of the Act is to set forth the manner in which the Division of Development for Small Businesses and Women’s and Minority Businesses Act may assist in providing equal opportunity for minority and women-owned business enterprises to participate in State purchasing and procurement processes.
“We are proud of the firm’s distinguished history and commitment to its clients. We are excited to join the distinguished group of women and minority-owned enterprises in New Jersey”, commented Christine Roy, Rutter & Roy’s Managing Partner.
In addition to her role as Managing Partner in which she handles the day-to-day operation of the firm, Christine concentrates her practice on environmental, energy and infrastructure matters. Her particular focus is on regulatory and commercial activities connected with linear construction and large-scale development projects in New Jersey.
Rutter & Roy’s team of attorneys has extensive experience in environmental law, energy and infrastructure matters, with areas of emphasis that include eminent domain, project planning, environmental permitting and other regulatory approvals (i.e. Green Acres diversions, conservation restrictions and releases, etc.) and land use and zoning.