This informative program explores best practices for addressing zoning, subdivision and annexation issues. Review the potential legal risks of subdividing the wrong way, analyze the annexation and disconnection process and uncover the effects of environmental rules and regulations on land use. Overcome common land use and zoning obstacles with confidence - register today!
Review your jurisdiction's laws and regulations.
Discover guidelines for mitigating environmental liability risks.
Uncover legal best practices for staying in compliance with stormwater rules and regulations.
Develop strategies for handling common condo and HOA issues.
This course is part of the The Ultimate Guide to Land Use and Zoning in New York series.
SIMONE M. FREEMAN is an attorney with Jaspan Schlesinger LLP. Ms. Freeman is an experienced land use and zoning attorney, with an extensive background in public sector/municipal law. Her expertise lies in executing public and private development, risk/site analysis, and litigation for public/municipal and private corporations. Through her practice in both the public and private sectors, she has become adept in overseeing a wide variety of legal, operational, and fiscal responsibilities relating to various types of public/municipal and private projects. Ms. Freeman is the treasurer of the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York and a past president of the Nassau County Women's Bar Association. She earned her B.A. degree from Hofstra University; her M.A. degree from Fordham University; and her J.D. degree from Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University.
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