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Improvements in the real estate market also bring more clients needing guidance through confusing transactional elements. They need confident professionals who can provide clarity while helping them avoid seemingly minor missteps that can have serious consequences down the road. This comprehensive overview will illuminate key facets of real estate transactions and take the confusion out of the process. No matter if you represent buyers, sellers or lenders, you are sure to take away valuable knowledge you can use to ensure your clients' best interests are protected all throughout the real estate transaction process - order today!
Includes - Ethics - 1.00
This program is approved by the Georgia Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency. This program may qualify for up to 12.0 hours of distance learning continuing legal education credit with the Georgia Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency, which includes 1.0 hour of distance learning ethical considerations.
NEAL DODELL is an attorney with the Caiaccio Law Firm in Atlanta, Georgia, and has an extensive real estate law background and a growing government relations practice. A 25-year veteran of the Atlanta legal industry, his real estate practice covers the sale and leasing of, and the making of loans on all types of commercial properties. His government relations practice has so far dealt with child welfare reform and education issues on behalf of clients. Mr. Dodell has served as in-house counsel for life insurance companies, including MetLife and ING. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia. Mr. Dodell receive his B.A. degree from the University of Michigan and his J.D. degree from Brooklyn Law School.
MARK D. EUSTER is a shareholder with Weissmann Zucker Euster Morochnik P.C., in Atlanta, Georgia, where he practices in the areas of commercial real estate and secured lending. He represents national, regional and local financial institutions and national title underwriters. Mr. Euster represents clients in a variety of real estate and secured lending transactions in Georgia and throughout the United States, including acquisition, development, renovation, construction and permanent financing; lines of credit; standby credit facilities; loan participants; inter-creditor and subordination agreements; workouts; and foreclosures. He assists developer clients in the acquisition, development, leasing, management and disposition of various types of commercial real estate; and is a frequent speaker on real estate law issues. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia. Mr. Euster earned his B.A. degree from Emory University and his J.D. degree from Case Western Reserve University.
WARREN R. POWER is a founding member of Power Jaugstetter, P.C., who has more than 28 years of professional legal experience. He has extensive experience representing clients in land use matters, focusing primarily in the complex area of eminent domain since 1997. Mr. Power has represented property owners against various local and the federal governments. He is a special assistant to the Attorney General of the State of Georgia for land use matters, including eminent domain. Mr. Power has represented the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and has served as a special assistant attorney general for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the Georgia Regional Transit Authority, and the Technical College System of Georgia. He is an adjunct professor for real estate transactions at Mercer University School of Law. Mr. Power is a past chair of the Eminent Domain Section of the State Bar of Georgia. He earned his bachelor's degree from Christopher Newport University in Virginia and his J.D. degree from Mercer University.
MICHAEL S. RODGERS is of counsel with DLA Piper LLP (US). Mr. Rodgers focuses his practice on real estate law. Mr. Rodgers has significant experience in drafting and negotiating complex governance structures and easement agreements. His client’s projects include large-scale master planned communities, urban mixed-use properties, in-fill residential developments, resorts and office and industrial parks. Mr. Rodgers is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and works on urban revitalization issues both on a national and local level, and he has also served as an adjunct law professor at the University of Georgia’s School of Law. He earned his B.A. degree, with honors, from The College of William and Mary and his J.D. degree from Emory University School of Law.
MARTIN A. SHELTON is a partner with Weissman in the Buckhead office. He focuses his practice on trial and appellate litigation of environmental claims for both plaintiffs and defendants; counseling clients on addressing environmental issues arising in real estate transactions, ownership, and development; as well as compliance and permitting under environmental laws and regulations. His clients include individuals, corporations, neighborhood/community association groups, governmental entities, foundations, and non-profit organizations. Active in the legal community, Mr. Shelton is a member of the American Bar Association - Environmental & Natural Resources Section; State Bar of Georgia's Environmental Law Section (chair, 2008) and the Atlanta Bar Association - Environmental Law Section. He is also a member of the District of Columbia Bar - Environmental Law & Natural Resources Section, the Washington State Bar Association - Environmental & Land Use Law Section, the Environmental Law Institute, and the Lawyers Club of Atlanta. He has been named a Georgia Super Lawyer by Law & Politics Magazine every year since 2010. Mr. Shelton earned his B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Georgia State University College of Law.
GREGORY M. TAUBE is a partner with the law firm of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP, in Atlanta. He practices in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors' rights, and business litigation. Mr. Taube primarily advocates for creditors and landlords in state and federal courts, including bankruptcy courts in Georgia and Alabama. He also regularly represents litigants in consumer finance litigation, contract and real estate disputes, franchise and distribution disputes, business torts, and other business litigation. Mr. Taube actively participates as a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute's Ethics and Professional Compensation Committee and the American Bar Association Business Law Section's Consumer Financial Services Committee. He is a member of the Atlanta Bar Association and serves on the editorial board of The Atlanta Lawyer. Mr. Taube frequently writes and speaks on bankruptcy and creditors' rights issues. While in law school, he served as an editor of the Journal of the Legal Profession and received the M. Leigh Harrison Award. Prior to joining Nelson Mullins, Mr. Taube served as law clerk to U.S. District Judge Daniel H. Thomas of the Southern District of Alabama and U.S. Bankruptcy Judge James S. Sledge of the Northern District of Alabama. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of South Alabama and his J.D. degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Alabama School of Law, where he was named a member of the Order of the Coif. During law school, Mr. Taube was a member of the Campbell Moot Court Board and the Moot Court Team.
DAVID A. WEISSMANN is the founder of the law firm of Weissmann Zucker Euster Morochnik P.C., where he practices in the areas of commercial real estate, secured lending, corporate, and business law. Mr. Weissmann is the former chairman of the eCLE Committee for Real Property and Probate Section of the American Bar Association. He is a frequent speaker on real estate law issues, including "A Response to Disaster: Changed Conditions on Termination of Property Restrictions and Covenants," ABA Real Property and Probate Meeting, San Diego; "Title Issues on Purchase Contracts," National Business Institute; "Understanding the Insurance Provisions of Commercial Leases and Mortgage Loan Documentation;" and 19th Annual Real Property Law Institute, Sea Island, Georgia. Mr. Weissmann also wrote Construction Lending, ABA Real Property & Probate; and Removing Restrictive Covenants as Burdens to a Disaster Response, ABA Real Property & Probate. He earned his B.A. degree, with distinction and Echols Scholar, from the University of Virginia; and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of Georgia, where he served on the Law Review and was the recipient of the American Jurisprudence Award for constitutional law.