Lindsay Cambron’s primary area of practice is environmental law. She advises clients on regulatory matters and compliance at local, state, and Federal levels and has extensive litigation experience, representing clients in cost recovery actions, toxic tort claims, and appeals of agency decisions. In particular, Lindsay counsels environmental and real estate clients on the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), the Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA), the Site Remediation Reform Act, the New Jersey Spill and Compensation Act as well as other environmental laws and regulations. She handles matters involving wetlands, brownfield redevelopment, vapor intrusion, permitting, and compliance. Lindsay also has extensive experience handling access issues for both individual and corporate clients.
In addition to environmental law, Lindsay is active in real estate and land use matters, where she represents clients seeking Board approvals as well as assists local planning boards. She provides counsel on all facets of real estate and land use, including due diligence.
During her tenure at Brach Eichler, Lindsay has also represented clients in employment matters, complex corporate matters, family law, and health-related cases in New Jersey, New York State, and Federal courts. She also represents corporate clients in complex litigation matters, including construction cases, in Federal and state courts. Active in pro bono matters, Lindsay provides counsel to victims of domestic violence.
Prior to joining Brach Eichler, she was a Deputy Attorney General in the State of New Jersey Office of the Attorney General.
- Assessed environmental conditions and counseled national company that purchased subdivided contaminated site for the purpose of leasing solar energy assets on contaminated property.
- Counsel for property owner of a New York City School in defending vapor intrusion toxic tort suits by students and teachers, and coordinating remediation of school with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the New York State Department of Health with long-term vapor intrusion mitigation systems
- Counsel for large oil company and petroleum marketing companies on various facets of environmental compliance related to gas stations' operations and remediations in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
- Counsel for large oil company and petroleum marketing companies on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Underground Storage Tank compliance enforcement actions in New York and New Jersey.
- Counsel for property owner and property manager of buildings surrounding Ground Zero in defense of building service personnel injury claims arising from alleged contamination resulting from the World Trade Center Terrorist attacks.
- Counsel for potential responsible party (PRP) in CERCLA cost recovery matter.
- New Jersey Law Journal, "Environment Assessments are Necessary in Real Estate Transaction" (March 4, 2013)
- New Jersey Law Journal, "New Licensed Site Remediation Professional Program Raises Practical Issues" (December 13, 2010)
- International Legal News, "Regulatory Uncertainty in Climate Change Initiatives" (August 15, 2008)
- New Jersey Lawyers, "Vapor Intrusion: Investigations and Mitigation Issues" (June 11, 2007)
ADDITIONAL NOTEWORTHY INFORMATION
Lindsay has been recognized for her efforts as a volunteer for Partners for Women and Justice, a non-profit organization that provides free legal assistance to low-income women who are victims of domestic violence. She was also the recipient of the 2005 Exceptional Service Award from the New Jersey Employee Awards Committee.
- New Jersey State Bar Association, Member
- American Bar Association, Member