Holiday Inn Express Charleston-Civic Center
100 Civic Center Dr
Charleston, WV 25301
Law Credits: 1.50
Course book included with all formats
Confidently Advise Clients on Boundary and Easement Matters
How confident are you in your abilities to represent a client who comes to you seeking legal advice or actions regarding a boundary dispute? Are you able to work through common easement issues from creation to termination? Boundary predicaments are the bread and butter of real property practices but are also some of the most complicated cases requiring extensive due diligence. This informative program will review the fundamentals of easements from an expert attorney's view so you can remain up to date. Learn how to evaluate and resolve boundary related disputes using remedies and strategies that will provide your clients with the best outcome. Register today!
This basic-to-intermediate level course is designed for attorneys. Other professionals who may benefit from this legal overview include: surveyors, engineers, architects, developers, planners, local government officials and real estate and title insurance professionals.
including - Ethics: 1.20
This program qualifies for 7.20 hours of credit, which includes 1.20 hour of ethics, under the West Virginia Rules for Mandatory Continuing Legal Education.
including - Law Credits: 1.50
This activity has been approved by American Institute of Certified Planners for 6.0 CM credits, including 1.5 law credits. 100% attendance is required to receive CM credit.
NBI, Inc. is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is authorized to issue the IACET CEU. NBI, Inc. is authorized by IACET to offer 0.60 CEUs for this program. At the end of the program, participants must complete a self-assessment in order to receive credit. 100% attendance is required. (Provider #1004558)
Upon completion of this course, attendee will be able to: 1. List three different types of easements. 2. Describe how the property description is used when creating an easement. 3. Explain how abandonment is used to terminate an easement. 4. Distinguish between natural and artificial boundary markers. 5. Explain how to use land surveys to resolve disputes. 6. Define the role of the surveyor in court. 7. Give two examples of special boundaries to be taken into consideration. 8. Describe appraisals in conservation easements. 9. Distinguish between ethical and unethical practices.
IAN G. HENRY is an attorney with Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, where he practices in the areas of commercial and corporate representation. With a particular emphasis on commercial finance, his practice involves the representation of lenders in different phases of the loan process, including drafting, reviewing, and modifying loan documents, as well as advising on restructuring issues, and handling foreclosure proceedings. Mr. Henry also has experience in the areas of corporate structure and governance, corporate transactions, taxation, and a range of real estate development matters. He offers a thorough understanding of accounting and finance enabling him to better serve and counsel clients in a variety of commercial and corporate matters. He is a member of The West Virginia Stare Bar. Mr. Henry earned his B.S. degree from West Virginia University and his J.D. degree from West Virginia University College of Law.
ANDREA J. HINERMAN is senior lawyer disciplinary counsel for The West Virginia State Bar, Office of Disciplinary Counsel, where she practices in the areas of investigations of allegations of violations of the rules of professional conduct. She is a member of the American Inns of Court and the American Bar Association. Ms. Hinerman has taught numerous continuing legal education seminars for The West Virginia State Bar, the West Virginia Continuing Legal Education, and several local bar associations. She has mainly spoken on attorney ethical obligations under the rules of professional conduct. Ms. Hinerman earned her B.A. and J.D. degrees from West Virginia University.
ORTON A. JONES is a partner with Hedges Jones Whittier & Hedges and has an active practice emphasizing in real estate, deeds, wills, estates, oil and gas, and real estate law and litigation. Mr. Jones has been appointed fiduciary commissioner by Roane County Commission (county probate court under West Virginia law). He is admitted to all courts in West Virginia; the U.S. District Court, Southern District of West Virginia; the Supreme Court of the United States; and the U.S. Court of Military Appeals. Mr. Jones earned his undergraduate degree from Glenville State College, followed by earning his J.D. degree from West Virginia University College of Law.
STEVEN M. PRUNTY is a partner with Reeder and Shuman, where his practice includes real property, real property residential and commercial financing and secured transactions, real property development, development and management of residential and commercial subdivisions, and real property litigation. He is a member of The West Virginia State Bar and the Monongalia County Bar Association. Mr. Prunty earned his B.A. degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College and his J.D. degree from West Virginia University College of Law.
ELIZABETH SCHINDZIELORZ is an attorney with Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, where her main area of practice is environmental law, whose practice includes litigation, regulatory compliance and transactional matters spanning the environmental media of solid and hazardous waste, water, and air. Ms. Schindzielorz has a particular focus in and passion for contaminated land cleanup. She represents clients faced with enforcement actions under the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), guides Brownfields clients through the process of the West Virginia Voluntary Remediation Program, and performs due diligence for clients considering real estate and other transactional opportunities. Ms. Schindzielorz also provides advice to trade organizations and industry groups regarding current waste issues. She complements her environmental practice representing clients in civil litigation and in proceedings before the West Virginia Public Service Commission. Ms. Schindzielorz received her B.A. degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned her J.D. degree from University of North Carolina School of Law.
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