Alyse Delle Fave concentrates her practice in environmental law. Her experience includes assisting clients through the environmental due diligence process through evaluation of existing and possible environmental concerns in tandem with property values and development potential. Her practice involves assessments for both operational and location based permitting requirements, regulation of and liability for solid and hazardous wastes under CERCLA and RCRA, regulation of underground storage tanks, petroleum spill reporting obligations and liability under the State Navigation Law.
Alyse is well versed in State Superfund and Brownfield Cleanup Programs, successfully assisting clients from the complex application process through issuance of a Certificate of Completion, including preparation of environmental easements and representation in environmental cost recovery actions.
Through her practice, Alyse has achieved a thorough understanding of New York’s unique environment and ecosystems in evaluating public drinking water supply quality, endangered species habitat protection, preparation of conservation easements, and freshwater and tidal wetlands permitting.
Alyse earned her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. She held leadership positions as Research Editor for the Moot Court Honors Board of Advocates, and Secretary for the Environmental Law Society.
This program will provide a detailed look into New York State’s climate change law known as the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA). Enacted in 2019, the CLCPA set aspirational climate change goals for New York with a focus ...