Real Estate Fall Update- The Changing Landscapes of Colorado Out of Stock

 

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October 2018
 
Real Estate Fall Update
The Changing Landscapes of Colorado
 
Co-sponsored by the Colorado Bar Association Real Estate Law Section
 
Program Description:
Colorado is a state filled with beautiful, diverse, and changing landscapes. In the 104,185 square miles that make up the state, you can see rugged mountainous terrain, open plains, and cascading rivers, but you can also find dense urban areas, small rural towns, ranches, mines, and oil and gas operations. This year’s Real Estate Fall Update will take you across the state, exploring modern issues and updates in the real estate industry.
 
DON’T MISS THESE PRESENTATIONS!
 
- How Did We Get Here, Anyway? Real Estate History’s Greatest Hits
- Concurrent Surface and Mineral Estate Development: Understanding the Oil & Gas Components of Your Development Project
- Reconciling Perspectives: Energy and Real Estate Development on Colorado’s Front Range
- Green Buildings in Commercial Real Estate
- Navigating Condemnation and Relocation Associated with Public Projects
- Recent Ethics Opinions Covering New Ground and Old Terrain
 
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Agenda:  
 
Friday, October 12, 2018
 
8:30 Am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
 
9:00 AM
Welcome and Introduction
Extended by Amy Mowry, Esq., Mowry Law LLC,  Moderator
 
9:10 AM
How Did We Get Here, Anyway?
Real Estate History’s Greatest Hits
Presented by Geoffrey P. Anderson, Esq.
 
10:00 AM
Concurrent Surface and Mineral Estate Development:
Understanding the Oil & Gas Components of Your Development Project
- Delve into the complex intersection of concurrent real estate and mineral development!
- Expand what you know about ownership of the mineral estate and required pre-development notifications
- Understand how to successfully negotiate surface use agreements and subdivision oil and gas
- Recognize the rewards and pitfalls that may be involved in the sale or leasing of the mineral estate underlying a real estate development  
- Recognize unique ways to look at monetization of the mineral estate without affecting customer perceptions about mineral development
Presented by Brent D. Chicken, Esq., Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
 
10:50 AM
Networking Break
 
11:00 AM
Reconciling Perspectives: Energy and Real Estate Development on Colorado’s Front Range
Presented by:
- Lisa Hamil, CPL, President, Energy360
- Barbara Green, Esq., Sullivan Green Seavy LLC
- Chris Colclasure, Esq., Deputy Director, Air Pollution Control Division - Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Moderated by Amy Mowry, Esq., Mowry Law LLC
 
12:00 PM
Lunch on Your Own
 
1:10 PM
Green Buildings in Commercial Real Estate
- An Update on Implementing the Green Roof Initiative in Denver
- An Introduction to Net Zero Buildings and an Exploration of Boulder Commons – the First Net Zero Commercial Building in Colorado
Presented by Laurence Preble, Esq., Holland & Hart LLP and Katrina Managan, Denver Department of Public Health & Environment
 
2:00 PM
Navigating Condemnation and Relocation Associated with Public Projects
Presented by Jody Harper Alderman, Esq., Alderman Bernstein
 
2:50 PM
Networking Break
 
3:00 PM  - 1 Ethics credit
Recent Ethics Opinions Covering New Ground and Old Terrain
Including a Discussion of Ethics Opinions 129, 130, 133, and 135
Presented by Suzanne Leff, Esq., Winzenburg, Leff, Purvis & Payne, LLP and Deanne Stodden, Esq., Messner Reeves LLP
 
3:50 PM
Q&A Session
Presented by Members of the Faculty
 
4:15 PM
Adjourn
  •   Standard Price
    $359.00 USD
  •   Member Price
    $329.00 USD
  •   General Credits
    6.00
  •   Ethics Credits
    1.00
Live Seminar Date
10/12/2018
Expiration Date
12/31/2020
Non-Member Price
$359.00 USD
Member Price
$329.00 USD
Product Code
RE101218J
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