Legal Tips on Planning Natural Gas Pipeline Projects

October 2016, Vol. 243, No. 10

Michael Rutter, a partner in the law firm of Rutter & Roy, is known for his legal expertise in the planning and development of federally regulated pipeline projects. With deep roots in New Jersey, the firm began representing its first interstate natural gas pipeline client in 1950. Since then they’ve helped clients save time, money and avoid potential show-stoppers. From acquisition and planning through construction, permitting and restoration, natural gas pipeline projects can be complex and challenging. Rutter has seen first-hand the multitude of issues that pipeline development projects face, especially in today’s hyper-connected world…

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