• 03/25/2015

    Hill Wallack LLP Partners Presenting at the 2015 Atlantic Builders Convention


    Come visit us in Booth #709 at the Atlantic Builders Convention held on
    March 25-26, 2015 at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

    The following seminars offer Continuing Education Credits:

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

    Legal Trends I - Land Use Law
    Wednesday, March 25th
    9:00 am - 10:45 am
    Room: 320

    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.

    Stephen M. Eisdorfer will be presenting at this seminar.

    Affordable Housing Overview
    Wednesday, March 25th
    11:15 am - 1:00 pm
    Room: 319

    The affordable housing landscape in New Jersey continues to be in flux. Hear about the latest legal developments in the field, what to expect going forward and how to overcome obstacles to affordable housing development.

    Henry T. Chou will be presenting at this seminar.

    Ethical & Professional Considerations for the Development Community
    Thursday, March 26th
    2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
    Room: 320

    The panelists will discuss the applicability of disclosure and recusal requirements for attorneys, engineers and planners as well as local officials in the context of the local approval process. The session would outline the applicable rules and standard of care for the professionals, highlight recent decisions, present screening techniques to attempt to identify conflicts early in the process, and utilize case studies and/or hypotheticals. For example, a common situation often faced by NJBA members are accusations by environmentalists and "NIMBYs" targeting the professionals and their work products in support of a development application. The materials will also include a discussion on the ramifications to the applicant if the disclosure process fails


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