Lindsay P. Cambron

Practice Areas

Bar & Court Admissions

  • New Jersey
  • New York


  • Seton Hall University, School of Law, J.D., 2002
  • Skidmore College, B.A., 1999
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Lindsay P. Cambron


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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.



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


NJDEP Posts Expired UST RegistrationsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | December 5, 2018

DEC Revises Regulated Medical Waste Storage and Disposal RegulationsEnvironmental & Land Use and Health Law Blog | April 13, 2018

Corporate Officers Held Individually Liable for Violation of Environmental RegulationEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | March 1, 2018

New Jersey Approves Constitutional Amendment to Earmark Monies for Environmental Clean-UpEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | November 8, 2017

Appellate Division Reverses DEP Decision Regarding Innocent PurchaserEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | September 22, 2017

NJDEP Publishes Updated Fees under SRRAEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | June 21, 2017

NJDEP Posts Compliance Notice for Properties with Institutional or Engineering ControlsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | April 20, 2017

LSRP Required for Child Care FacilitiesEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | June 13, 2016

EPA Announces Contracts to Small BusinessesEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | March 1, 2016

Legislation Proposed to Study Barnegat Bay’s Water QualityEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | February 3, 2016

NJDEP Expands Blue Acres Program to LindenEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | November 5, 2015

USEPA Proposes New Rules for Pharmaceutical Waste ManagementEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | September 28, 2015

Christie Administration Seeks a Stay in EPA’s Clean Power PlanEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | September 3, 2015

EPA Proposes to Remove New Jersey Crown Vintage Landfill from Superfund ListEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | May 6, 2015

NJ Appellate Division Affirms $1.6 Million Asbestos VerdictEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | April 3, 2015

EPA Issues New Definition of Solid Waste RuleEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | February 2, 2015

Governor Cuomo Vetoes Brownfields LegislationEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | January 16, 2015

Appellate Court Remands Landfill Case Finding NJDEP Exceeded its AuthorityEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | November 25, 2014

California Bans Plastic BagsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | October 2, 2014

New Jersey Governor Vetoes Fracking Bill Banning Waste ProcessingEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | August 11, 2014

North Carolina Lawmakers Work Fast in Wake of Supreme Court DecisionEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | July 8, 2014

Pennsylvania Files Lawsuit For MTBE PollutionEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | June 27, 2014

New Jersey Appellate Division Upholds NJDEP's Denial of Permit as Not Arbitrary and CapriciousEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | June 3, 2014

Obama Administration Announces $15 Million for Community Solar DevelopmentEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | May 2, 2014

Deadline for Remedial Action Permit Submission May 7, 2012Environmental & Land Use Blog | May 1, 2014

NJDEP Allows Capping for Semivolatile and Inorganic ContaminantsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | March 27, 2014

Notice of Roof Mounted Solar Panels Now RequiredEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | February 10, 2014

Site Remediation Reform Act - Follow upEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | January 27, 2014

New Jersey Legislature Passes Bill Extending the May 2014 Deadline for Site InvestigationEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | January 16, 2014

Minneapolis Residents File Class Action Suit Against General Mills over TCE Vapor IntrusionEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | January 8, 2014

EPA Adopts the 2013 ASTM Standard – E1527-13 for All Appropriate Inquires For CERCLA Innocent Landowner Liability ProtectionsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | January 7, 2014

COAH Saga Continues: Do Builders Remedy Lawsuits Loom?Environmental & Land Use Blog | December 23, 2013

USEPA Updates Oil and Natural Gas Standards for Storage TanksEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | August 8, 2013

Reminder....Environmental & Land Use Blog | July 26, 2013

Appellate Division Remands Application for Innocent Party Grant to NJDEP For Assessment of Corporate ReorganizationEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | June 3, 2013

Proposed New Legislation Would Expand the Brownfields Cleanup ProgramEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | March 18, 2013

Hot Topic for 2013...FrackingEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | December 26, 2012

Hydraulic Fracturing Put on Hold in New York StateEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | October 10, 2012

Governor Christie Vetoes Bill Banning Fracking in New JerseyEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | September 27, 2012

Beginning May 7th LSRPs Cannot Issue RAOs for UHOTsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | May 7, 2012

NJDEP Fails to Establish Its Burden of Proof and Appellate Division Upholds Denial of Natural Resource DamagesEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | April 9, 2012

EPA Adds New York Site to Superfund National Priorities List and Proposes to Add New Jersey SiteEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | April 5, 2012

U.S. Supreme Court Allows Judicial Review of EPA's CWA Order in Sackett, et. al. v. EPAEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | March 29, 2012

NJDEP Announces First LSRP ExaminationEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | March 26, 2012

ASTM Issues New Guidance to Comply with CERCLA Continuing ObligationsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | March 8, 2012

Temporary License Site Remediation Professional Application Deadline is April 1, 2012Environmental & Land Use Blog | February 24, 2012

NJDEP Clarifies Status of ACOs and RAsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | February 21, 2012

NJDEP Releases Long-Awaited Vapor Intrusion Technical GuidanceEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | January 23, 2012

NJDEP Announces Expansion of E-Permitting for Land UseEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | January 13, 2012

Mayor Bloomberg Continues to Take Aggressive Steps to Protect and Improve the City's EnvironmentEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | December 29, 2011

Final New Jersey Energy Master Plan ReleasedEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | December 15, 2011

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Two Environmental Cases in 2011-2012 TermEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | September 28, 2011

Appellate Division Upholds NJDEP Regulations Regarding Oversight Cost Review ProcessEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | July 18, 2011

NJDEP Will End Informal Requests for Extensions of Regulatory TimeframesEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | May 10, 2011

EPA and Army Corps Issue Draft Guidance on Clean Water ActEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | May 2, 2011

First Municipal Brownfield Cleanup Program in the Nation Established in New York CityEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | Friday, February 18, 2011

EPA to Consider Addition of Vapor Intrusion to HRSEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | Thursday, February 10, 2011

Governor Christie Addresses Barnegat BayEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | Wednesday, January 19, 2011

New Article on Site Remediation Professional ProgramEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | Monday, December 13, 2010

Home Energy Score Pilot Program BeginsEnvironmental & Land Use Blog | Friday, November 12, 2010