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Lawyer , Partner of CORPORA TE ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS

ROBERT FRANTZ, American lawyer.

Education

Rutgers University College of Agriculture and Environmental Science (Bachelor of Science, 1973). Rutgers School of Law, Newark (Juris Doctor, 1977). Honors Graduate Program at United States.

Department of Justice. Member, Editorial Board, Rutgers Law Review.

Career

Working as a partner of CORPORA TE ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS. Admitted to the bar, 1977, New Jersey and United States. District Court, District of New Jersey. 1980, District of Columbia and United States.

District Court, District of Columbia. United States. Court of Appeals, Third, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Circuits.

Works

  • Other Work

    • "Minimizing Environmental Liabilities Associated With the Sale and Purchase of Real Estate and Businesses," Toxics Law Reporter. "The Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984," Legal Times. "Michelin Tire v. Wages, Nondiscriminatory Ad Valorem Property Tax May Be Applied to Imports," 30 Rutgers Law Review 193, 1976.

      "State v. Manly, Binocular Observation Through An Uncurtained Window Does Not Violate the Fourth Amendment," 11 Gonzaga Law Review 334, 1976. Co-Author: The New Definition of Solid Waste," Legal Times. Assistant General Counsel, Chemical Manufacturers Association, 1982-1985.

      Hamel & Park, 1982. Trial Attorney, United States. Department of Justice, Land and Natural Resouces Division, 1977-1980.

Membership

The District of Columbia Bar. New Jerey State, Federal and American Bar Associations. American Corporate Counsel Association.

(Counsel).