Frederick Eisenbud
Environmental and Land Use Practice Group
Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP
4175 Veterans Memorial Highway
Suite 400
Ronkonkoma, New York 11779

1025 Old Country Road
Suite 405
Westbury, NY 11590

2495 Montauk Highway
P.O. Box 3046
Bridgehampton, NY 11932

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Publications & Lectures


"So You Wanted To Be A Licensed Professional Geologist: What Does It Mean To Be a Professional and What Happens If You Fail To Act Like One?" Presentation to Long Island Association of Professional Geologists, November 17, 2016

"Responding to the Execution of an Environmental Search Warrant and Beyond: Practice Tips" Presentation to Fall 2016 meeting of the Environmental Section of the NYSBA, October 2016

"Exploring Environmental Liability Risks of Engineers and Geologists in New York State"Presentation to the Long Island Association of Professional Geologists, March 2016

"CERCLA Arranger Liability & Apportioning Costs," Suffolk Lawyer, May 2009

"Consultant Liability – Avoiding the Pitfalls" (Long Island Association of Professional Geologists - November 20, 2008)

"DEC Orders on Consent: Perils, Pitfalls and Possible Solutions," 8 Journal of the Suffolk Academy of Law 91, 1992

"Retroactive Application of the Legislature's Approval of Private Causes of Action Under the Strict Liability Provisions of the Oil Spill Act," Environmental Law Section Journal 11, February 1992

"Oil Spill Liability and Compensation In New York: Overview and Analysis of Navigation Law Article 12," 7 Journal of the Suffolk Academy of Law 1, 1991;

"The District Attorney's Role in the Prosecution of Environmental Crimes," The New York Environmental Law Handbook Second Edition, 1992

"Concurrent State and Local Jurisdiction Over State Mapped Freshwater Wetlands," Environmental Law Section Journal 18, February-May, 1991

"SARA, LUST, and Other Rarely Mentioned Matters: Will Real Estate Transactions Ever Be the Same?" 4 Hofstra Env. L. Digest 11, 1987

"The Meaning of the So-Called Inadvertence Requirement for Plain View Seizures - A Missed Opportunity to Eliminate a Wholly Unnecessary Limitation on Police Conduct," 3 Journal of the Suffolk Academy of Law 25, 1983

"Limitations on the Right to Introduce Evidence Pertaining to the Prior Sexual History of the Complaining Witness in Cases of Forcible Rape: Reflection of Reality or Denial of Due Process?" 3 Hofstra Law Review 403, 1975

Co-Author: "The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 ("SARA") - The County Perspective," County Attorney News, January, 1988.


Fred lectures frequently to Bar Associations, as well as private Continuing Legal Education providers, professional organizations, and community groups on varied environmental and municipal law subjects. Examples of programs he has participated in as a lecturer:

Frederick Eisenbud lectured to the Long Island Association of Professional Geologists on the Professional Misconduct regulations that they would be subject to once they become licensed as Professional Geologists in New York, November 17, 2016.

Frederick Eisenbud lectured to the Fall Meeting of the Environmental Section of the New York State Bar Association on practice tips for representing clients during and after the execution of an environmental search warrant, October 14, 2016.

Frederick Eisenbud lectured on "Litigating SEQRA Issues: Challenging and Defending the SEQRA Determination" at a SEQRA conference presented by Half Moon Seminar, July 5, 2012.

Frederick Eisenbud lectured on Environmental Law to newly admitted attorneys in the Suffolk County Bar Association, Academy of Law's Bridge-the-Gap lecture series, March 23, 2012.

Frederick Eisenbud lectured on environmental factors to consider when representing a buyer in a residential transaction. Suffolk County Bar Association Panel: "Residential Real Estate: Representing Buyers", March 15, 2012.

Frederick Eisenbud spoke at a meeting of the Nassau County Bar Association's Environmental Law Committee concerning a cost recovery lawsuit commenced by private parties relating to the Babylon Landfill closure, February 3, 2012.

"Buying and Selling Commercial Real Estate – Environmental Considerations”, SCBA, May 14, 2010.

“New York’s Brownfields Program:  Problems and Possible Solutions”, Nassau County Bar Association, 2010 Brownfields Conference, March 15, 2010.

"Actions to Recover Costs Due to Well Contamination,” American Water Works Association, New York Chapter, September 30, 2009.

"NYS DEC Tidal and Freshwater Wetlands Permits" (SCBA - May 7, 2008)

"Underground Oil Tanks and the Havoc They Wreak: Navigating the New York Navigation Law" (SCBA - May 29, 2008)

"Exploring Environmental Liability Risks of Engineers and Geologists in New York State: A Brief Overview Of How You Can Get Into Trouble on the Job”, Long Island Association of Professional Geologists, November 20, 2008.

“Identifying and Resolving Environmental Issues,”  Lehreman Seminars, March 30, 2006.

"Nuts and Bolts of the Administration and Enforcement of Land Use Laws and Regulations - SEQRA Practice Points and Tips" (NYSBA - June 3, 2005)

"Bridge the Gap - Environmental Law" - program for recently admitted lawyers
(SCBA – 2007 and 2008, 2010 - 2012)

"New York Land Use: Current Issues in Subdivision and Zoning Law (Environmental Concerns for Developers)" (National Business Institute, July 9, 2003).

"New York Environmental Law Practical Skills" (NYSBA)

"Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation" (NYSBA)

"Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions and Litigation Strategies" (NYSBA)

"New York Environmental Law Update" (many times for SCBA)

"Practice Before the Suffolk County Department of Health Services" (SCBA)

"Cost Recovery Litigation in CERCLA and Navigation Law Litigation" (SCBA)

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The Environmental and Land Use Practice Group of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP is located in Ronkonkoma, on Long Island, New York, and provides experienced environmental law representation for clients throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County and New York City.