By Joshua Burd
Cullen and Dykman LLP has added to its environmental practice in the region with the hiring of a veteran attorney in the field.
The firm announced that Amie Kalac joins its Princeton office as of counsel. She joins the practice from Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas LLP, bringing more than 20 years of experience representing corporate, municipal and individual clients in an array of matters involving land use and the environment.
In that role, Kalac counsels clients on identifying applicable federal and state environmental statutes, securing environmental and land use approvals, assuring regulatory compliance and protecting their rights in enforcement matters or complex real estate transactions, according to a news release. She has also assisted clients on issues related to insurance coverage in the context of environmental claims.
“Amie’s experience and reputation in the environmental field will be of enormous value to our clients,” said Christopher H. Palmer, the firm’s managing partner. “Her skills and ability to navigate the challenging environmental regulatory climate bolsters our already formidable environmental practice in New Jersey and New York.”
Kalac earned her juris doctorate from Western New England School of Law and her bachelor’s from Boston College. She is admitted in U.S. District Court and New Jersey.