With the distribution of vaccines to fight the COVID-19 pandemic underway, New Jersey is starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.  At some point, the public health emergency will end, and the process of government will go back to normal.    Businesses and the regulated community, in general, need to start planning

On June 29, 2020, the EPA issued a memo notifying applicable members of the regulated community that effective August 31, 2020, it is terminating the temporary policy suspending certain monitoring and reporting requirements.  

The controversial policy was originally put into place on March 26, 2020 to address issues related to compliance due to the COVID-19

On May 2, 2020 Governor Murphy signed Executive Order No. 136 tolling several timeframes administered by DEP, as well as extending certain filing deadlines.

Beginning on March 9, 2020, all timeframes governing public notice, review, or final action on applications for, or renewals of permits, registrations, plans, petitions, licenses, rates, and other approvals under the

Today, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (“NJBPU”) held an emergency meeting via conference call to consider a single emergency order responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. During today’s meeting, the NJBPU issued an order, effective today, mandating the following:

  • All public utilities and entities regulated by the NJBPU shall immediately cease any in-home or