Edward E. Shea
Edward E. Shea provides integrated representation and advice on a broad range of corporate, financial, and commercial transactions including equity investment and loan transactions; acquiring and selling businesses; construction licensing and complex contracts; insurance coverage; and employee benefit plans. Using extensive experience with scientific and process engineering projects, Mr. Shea advises in environmental, safety and health aspects for projects throughout the United States and other nations. He also performs due diligence reviews of environmental, safety, and health compliance systems and facilities for domestic and foreign corporate clients.
Prior to going into private practice, Mr. Shea served with major multinational NYSE-listed companies as a senior officer, director, and general counsel. Mr. Shea has authored several books, including the McGraw-Hill Guidebook to Acquiring and Divesting Businesses (1998), Environmental Law and Compliance Methods (Oceana/Oxford, 2002), and The Lead Regulation Handbook (2d ed., Government Institutes, 2007).
Mr. Shea teaches as an Adjunct Professor of Finance at the Graduate School of Business of Pace University and was a lecturer at the New York Institute of Finance. His courses included Securities Regulation, Mergers and Acquisitions, International Finance, Securitized Products, and Project Finance. Mr. Shea has lectured on environmental subjects at the State University of New York and at seminars sponsored by the New York State Bar Association and the New Jersey Industrial Development Association.
Mr. Shea is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and of the following Sections of the American Bar Association: Science and Technology; Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Law; and Antitrust Law. He has a reading knowledge of French, German, and Spanish and served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force, Strategic Air Command.
- "Expanded Requirements for Hazard Identification and Evaluation in OSHA's New Hazard Communication System Regulations", Bloomberg BNA
- "OSHA's Hazard Communication System Is Becoming A Globally Harmonized System", The Practical Lawyer (December 2012)
EDWARD E. SHEA
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Authored - NJ Contract Law Update - Apparent Authority Must Be Shown Unambiguously
Deal Announcement - John Bitar and Gary Walsh Represent Prominent Bank in Purchase of $100 Million NJTA Revenue Bond
Authored - NJ Contract Law Update - Instructive Opinion on (1) Performance "Under Protest" and (2) Prejudgment Interest