Real Estate Law: 3.00
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Easement and access issues are common problems for property owners. These nonpossessory rights are often misunderstood, which frequently results in confusion or even legal disputes between owners and easement holders. Understanding the in's and out's of these critical components of real estate law is essential to avoiding or resolving contentious issues between neighboring landowners. This guide will explore the different types of easements before digging into the real-world mechanics of easement drafting, interpretation, implementation and termination. Get the knowledge you need to protect your client's real property interests and rights - order today!
1:00 pm to 4:15 pm Eastern Standard Time
1:00 - 2:30, Theodora Stringham
2:45 - 4:15, Nathan G. Osborn
including - Real Estate Law: 3.00
This course is accredited for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 3.0 credit hours, of which 0.0 credit hour will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility credit.Hours in attendance at National Business Institute CLE seminars may be applied to the minimum Judicial Education requirement.This course has been approved by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization for certification and recertification continuing legal education requirements for attorneys and legal assistants.
NATHAN G. OSBORN is an equity shareholder with Montgomery Little & Soran, PC, in Greenwood Village, Colorado. His practice is focused on real estate litigation, real estate transactions, and commercial litigation. He also helps numerous real estate and medical businesses by acting as their full-service corporate attorney. In addition to his work for clients, Mr. Osborn can be hired as an expert witness in cases involving real estate issues. He is licensed to practice in Colorado and Nebraska. Mr. Osborn represents a broad mix of clients but primarily handles matters relating to real estate title and access disputes, title insurance, boundary disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, leases, foreclosures, title agent negligence, liens, easements, real estate purchases and sales, real estate development, condominium conversions, real covenants, spurious liens, partitions, business formation, and real estate broker license complaint cases. He earned his B.A. degree from Texas Christian University and his J.D. degree, with distinction, from the University of Nebraska College of Law.
THEODORA STRINGHAM is a principal with Offit Kurman, Attorneys at Law. She assists individuals, businesses, and organizations with growing successfully while minimizing liability. Focusing on real estate and personnel needs, Ms. Stringham executes sustainable plans for real estate development and employee matters. She provides comprehensive representation for everyday growth issues, including, but not limited to, re-zonings, site plan approvals, eminent domain/valuation concerns, employment discrimination, and disciplinary issues. Ms. Stringham's scope of representation ranges from identifying potential liability and providing counseling/trainings, all the way through representation at trial. She has extensive trial experience, serving as fee counsel for the Virginia Department of Transportation providing representation to individual landowners and developers alike. Ms. Stringham is a regular volunteer attorney with Legal Services of Northern Virginia and currently services as the chair of the Fairfax Bar Association's Real Estate Practice Section. She is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, the District of Columbia, and Virginia. Ms. Stringham received her B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Rutgers University and her J.D. degree from Rutgers School of Law - Camden.