McLane Middleton attorney Elizabeth F. Mason is one of the faculty members for the upcoming Environmental Business Council of New England’s four-part Site Remediation and Redevelopment Program Series: Contaminated Property Buying/Selling Strategies.
This program will use a mock transaction scenario to take attendees through each phase of developing a brownfield site in Massachusetts.
The first session of the series – Transaction, Funding Aids, and Project Set-Up – will take place on January 17, 2017 at McLane Middleton’s Woburn office. The remaining three sessions – Development and Build-Out Planning on February 14, 2017, Demolition Phase on March 17, 2017, and Redevelopment Waste Management Considerations on April 12, 2017 – will also take place at McLane Middleton’s Woburn office.
Betsy will participate in all four sessions as legal counsel to mock buyer High Tech Industries, Inc., which is seeking to acquire a contaminated former scrap yard property from mock seller Messy Scrap Yard Inc.
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