land use & environmental: events
Post Zoning: Alternative Forms of Public Land Use Controls
February 10, 2012 -- Brooklyn Law School
Mitch Korbey will speak at the Brooklyn Law School symposium, “Post Zoning: Alternative Forms of Public Land Use Controls.” The event will feature some of the nation’s top land use theorists discussing the rise of non-zoning land use controls, used increasingly by governments to control development within their jurisdictions. Mitch will join New York City Councilman Brad Lander; Vicki Been, Director of NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy; and land use law professors from Notre Dame, Columbia, Dartmouth and the University of California in a lively discussion at Brooklyn Law’s Subotnick Center in Downtown Brooklyn.
Planners in a Non-Planning World
October 20, 2011 -- New York Metro American Planning Association
Richard Bass spoke on a panel entitled “Planners in a Non-Planning World” at the New York Metro American Planning Association Conference.
NAIOP Developing Leaders Group Breakfast
May 25, 2011 -- NAIOP
Mitch Korbey spoke to the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties' Developing Leaders group about New York City zoning and land use law, and its impact on the commercial real estate market.
Real Estate and Land Use Networking Event
April 14, 2011 -- Brooklyn Law School
Richard Bass spoke on a panel discussion about transit-oriented development at Brooklyn Law School’s inaugural real estate and land use networking event.
Eastern Consolidated Monthly Roundtable
December 2, 2010 -- Eastern Consolidated
Mitch Korbey spoke at Eastern Consolidated’s monthly roundtable on zoning and land use issues, discussing the Bloomberg Administration’s re-making of the City’s zoning map, as well as the new historic districts and overall planning policy for the future. Eastern Consolidated is one of the largest brokerage firms in the City.
Land Use: Recent Developments in Zoning, Land Use and Development Controls
November 8, 2010
Mitch Korbey spoke at the Law Seminars International CLE event “Land Use: Recent Developments in Zoning, Land Use and Development Controls.” Mitch is co-chair of the one day workshop concerning recent changes to New York City’s land use and zoning laws and how these changes might impact the development of the city.
Zoning, Sustainability & City Policy
June 10, 2010 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP
This seminar shed light on many of the issues surrounding the intersection of zoning, sustainability, City policy and more.
The Dealmakers Forum for Senior Real Estate Executives: An Interactive Case Approach
December 9, 2009 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP, Cornerstone Accounting, The Schonbraun McCann Group and Bisnow
Our experts discussed the major issues and recent developments shaping the real estate industry. Attendees learned how to respond to these issues and take advantage of opportunities in the market. This seminar covered legal, financial, valuation, tax and accounting issues through developed business cases.
US Shopping Center Law Conference
October 21, 2009 -- International Council of Shopping Centers
Jonathan facilitated the workshop "Solid Construction or House of Cards? Tenant Improvement Issues for Landlords, Tenants and Lenders in the Current Economic Climate" at the ICSC's US Shopping Center Law Conference.
Zoning and Land Use - Not Just a Primer
June 16, 2009 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Mark Levine and Jennifer Dickson presented a seminar entitled "Zoning and Land Use - Not Just a Primer" for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
New York Condos in Despair - Workouts in 2009
June 11, 2009 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Our panel of experts discussed how to assess the risks and benefits of a workout, and as a lender how to strengthen your legal position both during and after the workout.
April 17, 2009 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP and CLE International
Paul Schafhauser spoke at the new one-day Continuing Legal Education (CLE) International Conference entitled "Eminent Domain."
2nd Avenue Subway Expansion
April 1, 2008 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP
The Council of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums and Herrick, Feinstein LLP provided expert guidance on the potential negative impacts of the 2nd Aveune Subway Expansion.
Strength Through Diversity
February 5, 2008 -- Young Professionals Leadership Program and the America-Israel Friendship League
Mark Levine led a discussion on the urban landscape of New York City, and former New York City Parks Commissioner Henry Stern spoke on ethnic diversity within the Parks Department.
Fundraiser for Melinda Katz
June 5, 2007 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Herrick hosted a fundraiser for Melinda Katz, chair of the New York City Council’s Committee on Land Use, member of the Advisory Council to the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation and candidate for New York City Comptroller.