Clark Hill PLC Members Joseph S. Kopietz and Kevin A. Fanning to Present at BOMA Mega Education Program, April 19
– Clark Hill members Joseph Kopietz and Kevin Fanning will present at the Building Owners and Manufacturers Association (BOMA) Mega Education Program event on April 19. The event – developed for commercial real estate owners, managers, operations staff and brokers – includes topics on defaults and legal remedies, tenant concessions in a tenant driven market, ADA building regulations, and growth engines and incentives. Clark Hill Attorney Kevin Fanning is the Chairperson of the Mega Education Program.
Kopietz is a member of the Real Estate group in Clark Hill’s Detroit office. His practice focuses on a number of areas, including economic development representing lenders, investors, nonprofit and for-profit developers. Kopietz has demonstrated a thorough understanding of green building practices and principles, becoming one of few attorneys nationwide to earn a LEED Accreditation.
Kevin Fanning is resident in Clark Hill’s Birmingham office. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, real estate litigation, commercial property workouts and receiverships, and securities litigation.
BOMA of Metro Detroit is a professional trade association with 350+ members. The charter encompasses nine southeastern Michigan counties and its members include managers or providers of goods and services. It is the leading source of information and networking among the regions commercial real estate industry and provides opportunities for corporate profit, professional growth and community benefit.
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