Clark Hill Attorney Ken Lane to Present at Michigan Association of Housing Officials’ 2014 Annual Conference June 11-13
GRAND RAPIDS, MI
– Clark Hill attorney Ken Lane will present “Legal Issues Affecting Municipal Housing Officials” at the Michigan Association of Housing Officials’ 2014 Annual Conference in Traverse City, June 11-13. Lane’s presentation will focus on real estate transactions, zoning and land use, building and property maintenance code enforcement, and public pension regulation.
The Michigan Association of Housing Officials (“MAHO”) is a statewide organization of housing and other local government code enforcement staff responsible for the protection of persons, property and the general public welfare. MAHO is a non-profit organization that provides training and certification opportunities for increasing professionalism.
Lane is a senior attorney in Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids office in the Education and Municipal Law practice group where he concentrates his practice in the areas of municipal law, municipal litigation, planning and zoning, public pension law and condemnation law. Lane has spoken at numerous conferences and seminars on such topics as legislation affecting local governments, open meetings and freedom of information issues, zoning, planning and land use.
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