Avoiding the Abyss: Environmental Due Diligence in Real Estate

Wednesday, June 15, 2016
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time
WMU - Cooley Law School, Room AH145
2630 Featherstone
Auburn Hills, MI 48326


The OCBA Energy, Sustainability and Environmental Law Committee, along with the Real Estate Committee, presents this seminar on the basics of environmental due diligence in real estate transactions.
Attorney Brian Considine will discuss the legal liabilities and risks associated with the sale and purchase of brownfields or properties with other environmental issues such as wetlands or endangered species.
Nicholas Maloof, ​President and General Counsel of Associated Environmental Services, LLC will discuss assessing the environmental condition of real property though ASTM Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments, natural resource assessments, and hazardous building material surveys and environmental insurance.
David Michael, Esq. will teach attendees how to draft transactional documents to minimize environmental liabilities and spread risk.

Appetizers and drinks are sponsored by Dawda Mann, Counselors at Law.
This seminar is certified for three CE credits for real estate agents. It is presented with the support of the Commercial Board of Realtors and officially certified by CE Marketplace.
Pre-registration is recommended since seating is limited. Pre-registration for this lecture ends June 14, 2016 at 5 p.m.  Register here.

Registration (until June 14, 2016 at 5 p.m.)
     ❏ $50 – OCBA Members & REALTORS®
     ❏ $40 – OCBA New Lawyers (P73649 ) & Paralegals
     ❏ $15 – Students
     ❏ $75 – All Non-Members

At the Door:
     ❏ $65 – OCBA Members & REALTORS®
     ❏ $20 – Students
     ❏ $90 – All Non-Members

Sponsored by:

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