The Sunoco Pipeline Mariner East 2 pipeline construction as resulted in many spills and permit violations. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection warned Sunoco Pipeline and then suspended construction. Later, the DEP agreed to allow the restart of construction via a $8,600,000 fine. Faherty Law Firm had negotiated temporary construction easement down from 36 months to 18 months. Now, Sunoco seeks an extension of the temporary construction easements to complete required work. Property owners are not obligated to sell the extension of the prior easements. Faherty Law Firm represents property owners threatened by additional property rights requests from Sunoco Pipeline.