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  • 03/30/2016

    Hill Wallack LLP Partners Presenting at the 2016 Atlantic Builders Convention

    Convention

    Come visit us in Booth #709 at the Atlantic Builders Convention being held on March 30-31, 2016 at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

    The following seminars offer Continuing Education Credits:

    Thomas F. Carroll, III wil be presenting at this seminar.

    Legal Trends I - Land Use Law

    Wednesday, March 30th
    9:00 am - 10:50 am
    Room 313

    Legislation, regulations and court decisions relating to the land development review process continue to modify the legal framework within which real estate is developed. In Part I of this two-part seminar, a panel of land use attorneys will examine the most recent significant changes and discuss their implication for the future.

    Henry T. Chou will be presenting at this seminar.

    Ethical and Professional Development Considerations when Representing the Construction Industry
    Thursday, March 31st
    9:00 am - 11:00 am
    Room 308

    The panelists will discuss the constraints faced by attorneys, engineers and other consultants in representing and working for the development community. Issues have arisen when the work of these professionals are questioned by opposing parties and state agencies, as well as whether they should be prohibited from providing their professional services due to appearance of impropriety or conflicts of interest.

    Stephen M. Eisdorfer will be presenting at this seminar.

    Affordable Housing Overview
    Thursday, March 31st
    11:15 am - 1:00 pm
    Room 313

    Following the Supreme Court decision in March, COAH has been abolished and the courts have once again assumed the lead role in enforcing the constitutional requirement that municipalities must create realistic opportunities for the construction of low and moderate income housing. Hear about the latest legal developments and what to expect going forward in the changing affordable housing landscape.


     

     

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