Catherine Bostock's practice includes all aspects of environmental law with particular emphasis on managing the environmental facets of corporate and commercial real estate transactions. A member of the firm, she advises developers, real estate funds and managers, business and real estate owners and lenders on the identification and management of environmental risks in a wide range of transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, development projects and financing transactions. Making use of her expertise in complex tools to resolve environmental issues for her clients, Catherine has extensive experience negotiating environmental insurance and guaranteed cleanup cost contracts to manage risks and facilitate transactions. She also counsels clients regarding financial incentives to enable redevelopment of heavily contaminated industrial sites.
Catherine has managed environmental risks for a wide variety of clients and matters, including:
Catherine has been a Member of the firm since 2005. She has spoken on environmental issues at venues such as the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, the International Council of Shopping Centers and Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey-sponsored events. She has published articles in various publications, including the New Jersey Law Journal, The Record and the Environmental Claims Journal, for which she serves on the editorial board.
Catherine earned her B.A from Rutgers University in 1988 and her J.D. from Columbia School of Law in 1994.
Columbia University School of Law, J.D., 1994, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
Rutgers University, B.A., summa cum laude, 1988 (phi beta kappa, 1987)
As published in: ROI-NJ March 31, 2021
December 17, 2020
As published in: Real Estate Weekly December 17, 2020
June 30, 2020
Real Estate NJ December 17, 2020Jordan A. Fisch, Wendy M. Berger, Matthew S. Schneid, Jill B. Richardson, Catherine E. Bostock, Robyn A. Pellegrino, Cristina M. Riggio, Aaron S. Brotman, Isabelle R. Jacobs and Nicole Dlugosz
New Jersey Law Journal December 13, 2010Catherine E. Bostock
Environmental & Energy Law MonitorCatherine E. Bostock
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