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Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions and Development

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 | 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST

EVENT OVERVIEW

Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions and Development

 
Environmental programs can impact real estate by imposing land use restrictions and liabilities. Protecting clients from problems requires a strong grasp of the issues, as well as the best practices. How does your understanding and skills stack up? In this program, seasoned environmental law attorneys will teach you all the essentials you need to know to safeguard clients from environmental liabilities and keep transactions or projects on track. Build your knowledge - register today!
  • Take a look at must-know environmental programs and how they impact real estate.
  • Know what to look for in Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment reports.
  • Learn how to shift environmental risks away from your client with contractual provisions and other tools.
  • Understand who is liable under CERCLA, and to what extent.
  • Gain best practices for handling contaminated property transactions and cleanup/redevelopment measures.
  • Explore the interplay of environmental, land use and real estate law.
  • Examine ethics issues that may arise when handling environmental law matters.
 
Who Should Attend:
 
This program is designed for attorneys. Real estate, finance, insurance professionals and paralegals may also benefit.
 
Register for multiple formats:

Video Webcast, OnDemand Video, Video Download, or Video DVD

TOPICS

  • Environmental Laws: How They Affect Real Estate
  • Due Diligence and Environmental Site Assessments
  • Liability Avoidance/Allocation: Environmental Reps, Warranties, Indemnities and More
  • Environmentally-Contaminated Property
  • Land Use Restrictions, Environmental Permitting and Compliance Issues
  • Legal Ethics in Environmental Law
 

LOCATION

SPEAKERS

John Heer
Environmental
Counsel
jheer@mcdonaldhopkins.com
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