MCLE’s 19th Annual Real Estate Law Conference provides you with up-to-date analysis and real world perspectives on real estate developments in the Commonwealth of significance to your practice. Both seasoned professionals and new practitioners need to stay current on these changes.
Conference topics include developments in G.L. c. 40B, best practices for avoiding professional liability for the real estate practitioner, as well as the constitutional limitations imposed upon condominium rule making and enforcement, and significant developments in the area of environmental law including, without limitation, the MassDEP’s reopening of closed sites based upon the revised reportable concentrations of trichloroethylene.
Keynote Panel: Going Green—Impacts of Alternative Energy and Conservation on Real Estate Law Practice
In the past decade, society has made significant advancements in the development of alternative energy sources. Solar arrays cover residential rooftops, solar panel fields are ubiquitous, and wind turbines continue to emerge on the horizon.
Real estate law continues to develop in this area as land containing, intending to contain, or abutting these elements continues to be bought, sold, leased, and developed. Explore the legal complexities which arise in connection with the installation and permitting of those alternative energy sources on residential, commercial, and municipal lands.
MCLE webcasts are delivered completely online, underscoring their convenience and appeal. There are no published print materials. All written materials are available electronically only. They are posted 24 hours prior to the program and can be accessed, downloaded, or printed from your computer.