Clare Bronowski, a Partner in Glaser Weil’s Real Estate and Government & Regulatory Law departments, will be presenting “Breaking Ground: Building and Development” at the 2016 Real Estate Women's Forum California.
Michael Cypers will serve as a panelist for a session on “Drafting Considerations for Key Non-Tax Provisions in Partnership and Operating Agreements.”
Glaser Weil will be hosting the Young Professionals in Energy for a reception featuring guest of honor Michael Picker, President of the California Public Utilities Commission.
The REAL Symposium is a joint presentation of The State Bar of California Real Property Law Section and Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE).
Peter Breckheimer to moderate a panel on “Avoiding Ethical or Fiduciary Traps: The Real Estate Transactional Attorney’s Guide to Navigating the Ethical and Fiduciary Minefield” and Elisa Paster will serve as a panelist for a session on “Transit and Development in the L.A. Region.”
Peter Breckheimer will speak on a panel entitled, “Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreements from the Lender, Borrower and Tenant Perspective.”
The alumni panelists selected are respected and experienced real estate attorneys and business executives who provided firsthand knowledge along with a live question and answer session where attendees could participate and have a voice on entrepreneurial approaches to business and real estate matters.
When it comes to the relationship between Canada, Mexico and the United States, energy trade and trilateral cooperation remain an important part of the connection, particularly as North America burnishes its energy hub bona fides.
Peter Breckheimer moderated a panel that provided a high level of practical analyses and business know-how.
The mission of this Forum is to educate attorneys about the legal issues that pertain to practices in the entertainment, arts and sports industries, and to foster excellence in the practice of law in these fields.