Adam L. Peterson
Adam L. Peterson is a Partner at Pearlman & Miranda and has been with the firm since its inception. Mr. Peterson’s practice focuses in redevelopment, public finance, and renewable energy law.
Mr. Peterson has successfully represented private developers in complicated negotiations with New Jersey municipal entities on redevelopment agreements and financial agreements for large scale redevelopment projects, particularly those involving a raise of capital through the issuance of bonds under the Redevelopment Area Bond Financing Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-64 et seq.
In addition, Mr. Peterson counsels and guides both public and private entities in connection with the development of solar energy projects, and represents offshore wind developers in connection with New Jersey’s Offshore Wind Renewable Energy Certificate program. Mr. Peterson also represents private entities developing behind the meter energy projects.
While attending Seton Hall University School of Law, Mr. Peterson was an Associate Editor of the 44th Volume of Law Review and a Senior Editor of the 45th Volume of Law Review.
Before his legal career, Mr. Peterson worked as an Environmental Analyst for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Adam and his wife Parinaz have three daughters – Tanaz, Arrietta, and Leila.
New Jersey Law Journal. 29 March 2014.
It's Time for Urban Redevelopment Through Benefit Corporations.
Stephen B. Pearlman, Adam L. Peterson, and Annie M. Collart