This cutting edge panel will also analyze trends in how A. I. is likely to influence where development will occur and the nature of that development.
Join us for this program and learn the key concepts of mediation confidentiality, what type of information is protected under the confidentiality rules, the impact of confidentiality on discoverability and admissibility, exceptions to mediation confidentiality, and what practitioners must do to satisfy the new disclosure requirements.
The panel will focus on the many open questions under the HAA, including the relationship between the HAA and CEQA, and the fundamental question of what constitutes an “objective” local standard.
Enjoy our panel discussion regarding the issues (practical, ethical, and financial) facing professional fiduciaries when conducting and managing real estate transactions.
This course will address new case law and recent statutory revisions which promise to affect the practice of construction law in California in the years to come.
Gaf, and Paul Najar, Gafcon’s Vice President and General Counsel, will discuss the commercial and residential changes coming to San Diego’s waterfront and the associated legal challenges.
This program will cover the available damages in claims against sellers, buyers, real estate brokers and agents, and discuss pertinent case law impacting said damages.
This panel will discuss how prevailing wage requirements pertain to government land sales and leases, Mello-Roos and other financing districts, projects in charter cities, affordable housing projects, and other common forms of public assistance.
The collaborative use of simple easements can allow existing uses to be protected, new housing development to be approved, full disclosures to be made to buyers, and written rules of future engagement to be established.
We will explore these topics from the landlord and tenant perspective, as well as issues a company may want to consider when entering into a co-working or other flexible office arrangement.