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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Conference News

The ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law will hold its 22nd Annual Spring Symposia on April 28-29, 2011 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington.  Panels that might interest law profs include:

* Origination Changes that are Transforming the Mortgage Industry

* Revisiting Commercial Real Estate Remedies

* Condominium and Resort Rental Management Agreements

* The Current State and Future Development of Natural Gas Production

* Alternative Structures for Real Estate Joint Ventures

* Understand Lease Economics and Tenant Improvements

Here's the brochure (pdf).

Steve Clowney

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This is a great event to connect with other real estate/property law professionals and is an opportunity to discuss key issues. The "Origination Changes that are Transforming the Mortgage Industry" topic looks extremely interesting to me. Are you attending the event?

Michael

Posted by: Michael | Mar 22, 2011 1:08:27 PM

Steve,

Thanks for mentioning the ABA RPTE Spring Symposia. This is a great conference that property profs should try to attend. If any of you are near DC, definitely drop by for one day or both!

The panels are always very interesting and timely, and the attendees are a diverse mix of practitioners and a property professors. I have gone every year for the past six years, and this year will be co-presenting the "Revisiting Commercial Real Estate Remedies" panel with Monica Gilroy, a real estate litigator from Atlanta.

Also worth mentioning is that the RPTE section includes both dirt and death, so there will be another entire set of sessions on topics related to estates and trusts. And this year's theme for that track is the issues raised by the aging baby boomer generation. It should be a great couple of days!

Posted by: Tanya Marsh | Mar 22, 2011 5:30:03 PM

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