Archer Partner, Carlos M. Bollar, recently served as a moderator for a panel discussion titled, “A Renewed Focus on Environmental Justice in New Jersey: A Look at Environmental Justice, NJDEP Priorities and the Constitution,” presented at the 2019 New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting and Convention, held May 15-17 at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, NJ.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal spoke on initiatives to strengthen environmental protection for New Jersey’s overburdened communities. The panelists discussed the latest initiatives by the Attorney General and the NJDEP, including natural resource damages, environmental justice and the potential environmental amendment to the New Jersey Constitution. The panelists were also joined by NJDEP Deputy Commissioner Debbie Mans and NJDEP Chief of Staff Shawn Latourette.
Top attorneys from across the state and other professionals are among the panelists for the NJSBA’s largest CLE and networking event for New Jersey attorneys. The Annual Meeting was attended by over 3,000 legal professionals and presented cutting-edge topics and insightful presentations that address today’s critical issues.
A member of Archer’s Environmental Law Practice Group, Mr. Bollar is a seasoned litigator, representing clients in complex toxic tort, product liability and environmental litigation matters, often involving claims for personal injury, medical monitoring, property damage, and natural resource damages. His experience includes handling environmental litigation cases in all contexts in which they arise, including single plaintiff cases, mass actions involving hundreds of plaintiffs, class actions, and defending clients against state and federal government.
Mr. Bollar is a member of the Board of Trustees for the New Jersey State Bar Association. He is also the Finance Director of the Hispanic National Bar Association, and Past President of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.
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