CORAL GABLES, Fla. (October 23, 2017) – The University of Miami School of Law and the Ralph E. Boyer Institute on Condominium Law announce the 42nd Institute on Condominium and Cluster Development conference on November 2 & 3 at the Boca Raton Resort & Club .
The two-day conference is designed to update condominium and planned development law generally, and explore in detail topics of current interest. Sessions will explore judicial, legislative, arbitration and administrative recent developments.
This year's Luncheon Roundtable, “Gluts, Submarkets, Transportation Hubs, and Other Market Developments,” will present a discussion by the State of Florida’s leading real estate practitioners looking at condominium and multi-family housing markets, trends, and insights into the future.
The program’s director, William P. Sklar's, will be joined by real estate and arbitration attorneys as well as representatives from the Bureaus of Compliance and Standards and Registration at the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshare and Mobile Homes.
Sklar’s practice areas include representation of developers and lenders in a broad range of planning, drafting and development of residential, commercial and complex mixed-use condominiums and planned developments. Additionally, Sklar serves as regulatory counsel to developers and lenders relative to compliance under numerous federal, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances, including the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act, Fair Housing Act, Florida Condominium and Homeowners Association Acts and numerous other laws and regulations affecting real estate development and transactions.
The resort is at 501 El Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida 33432 and registration is $545, including a downloadable copy of all materials.
The event is eligible for 18.5 Florida Bar general CLE credits, including 2.0 in technology and 1.5 in ethics. Certifications include 18.5 in Real Estate and Condominium & Planned Land Development Law.
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