In order to provide sound legal advice to your clients, you need to stay on top of local zoning ordinances, liability considerations and more. This engaging program delves into the essentials of land use and zoning law. Examine pertinent case law and legislative updates, investigate the approval process and uncover practical guidance for handling common challenges with short-term rentals - register today!
Investigate the various facets of land use regulation.
Examine the relationship between zoning and a jurisdiction's comprehensive plan.
Unearth legal best practices for pursuing variances and conditional use permits.
Develop strategies for solving issues regarding VRBO, Airbnb and other short-term rentals.
This course is part of the The Ultimate Guide to Land Use and Zoning in Virginia series.
MARK A. MOORSTEIN is a principal with Offit Kurman, Attorneys At Law. Mr. Moorstein's practice focuses on conflict resolution in land use (zoning, easements, subdivisions, road creation and condemnation proceedings) and corporate transactions. A large part of the firm is involved in issues affecting roads, both public and private. He also is an experienced litigator. Mr. Moorstein has been viewed as one of the top attorneys in northern Virginia for many years in land use litigation, representing developers, lenders and the Virginia Department of Transportation. He is admitted to the bars of Virginia, the District of Columbia and Ohio, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Tax Court and many other federal courts. Mr. Moorstein is the author of a well-received book on conflict structure titled Frameworks: Conflict in Balance. He earned his A.B. degree, cum laude, from Princeton and his J.D. degree from Temple University.
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