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   edge of environmental regulation and litigation,” Wagenbach said. “Our practice today reflects that
enforcement defense, the news release said. He also is involved in hazardous substance and cost recovery litigation.
Riker Danzig also noted that Senior played a lead role in the development of the state’s Licensed Site Remediation Professional program and the New Jersey Site Remediation Reform Act. Additionally, he helped launch the New Jersey Licensed
Site Remediation Professionals Association and served on its board of trustees for a decade.
Senior earned his law degree from New York Law School and an LLM from the New York University School of Law. Prior to law school, he earned his bachelor’s from Rutgers University and was an environmental consultant with ICF Kaiser Engineers Inc.
CBRE has added to its New Jersey- based brokerage and advisory team with the hiring of Jon Williams as senior vice president.
Williams comes to CBRE from Cushman & Wakefield, where he was an executive director. He brings years of expertise in advising corporate occupiers through complex operational and financial occupancy strategies and decisions.
“I am excited to be joining CBRE to provide the industry’s unparalleled platform of talent and services to my clients to deliver market setting results,” Williams said.
In a news release, the firm highlighted Williams’ recognition
as an industry
leader. He
earned NAIOP
New Jersey’s
Deal of the
Year Award in
2018, along with
40 under 40
recognitions by
both NJBIZ and
the Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal.
“We look forward to Jon joining our firm and combining his intense passion and commitment to excellence with CBRE’s remarkable platform to further expand our client solutions both in the greater Morristown area and throughout New Jersey,” said Jeff Hipschman, CBRE’s New Jersey market leader.
Williams earned a B.A. in economics
from Villanova University and also studied at New York University’s Real Estate School, the news release said. Presently, he serves on the board of directors of the Villanova University Alumni Association and is a member of the board of directors of the university’s soccer program.
He also served on the board of directors of the American Heart Association.
Alfred Sanzari Enterprises has promoted John Schleer, a 13-year veteran of the company, to director of construction.
In announcing the move, Sanzari said Schleer’s expertise in construction has enabled him to take on roles
of increased responsibility and complexity throughout his tenure and that he will continue to oversee all aspects of construction with the commercial and residential real estate firm. Those areas include development projects of varying
size and scope, ranging from tenant
REALESTATENJTM 25 buildouts to capital improvements
and ground-up development.
He will also be responsible for coordinating with project engineers and working closely with the leasing department.
“For over a decade, John has demonstrated a proven track record of success, ensuring that each of our development
projects have
adhered to
the highest
standards of
quality and
from beginning
to end,” said
Ryan Sanzari,
chief operating officer at Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. “His leadership and expertise have helped us to not only maintain our current portfolio but have allowed us to consistently deliver modern projects that enhance the communities in which we work.
I congratulate John on this well- deserved promotion, and I am certain he will continue to play an integral role in our organization’s success moving forward.”
Schleer, a Randolph resident, joined
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deep and broad understanding of the issues affecting the state, giving
us the tools
to understand these complex requirements and know the
 best way to get things done in our regulatory environment.”
Riker Danzig noted that Chambers USA has described Krumholz as a “founding father” of New Jersey environmental law. The firm added that he will continue as an active partner in the practice.
“It is an exciting time for the group,” Senior said. “Under Dennis’ leadership we’ve built a practice with
a tremendous reputation, deep expertise in environmental issues across the board
and top-rate
clients. We
look forward to
continuing this legacy and to helping our clients effectively respond to the changing environmental risks and requirements they confront each day.”
Wagenbach joined Riker Danzig
in 1985 as part of the new environmental practice, according to a news release. He now boasts substantive experience in virtually every environmental program, ranging from the Clean Air Act
and the Safe Drinking Water Act
to wetlands regulation and the handling and discharge of hazardous materials.
He has represented major corporations, midmarket companies and family businesses in transactions and high stakes cost recovery claims in both state and federal courts. Wagenbach is a graduate of the Syracuse University College of Law, where he was executive editor of
the Law Review, and of Dartmouth College.
Senior joined Riker Danzig in 1998 and has extensive experience with complicated regulatory and transactional matters, including brownfields redevelopment, site remediation and ISRA, permitting and counseling, due diligence and
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