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Vermont Development Conference

Attorney Scott Jaunich is among the organizers at the Vermont Developers Conference.

Commercial Real Estate and Environmental Law Attorney Scott Jaunich is among the organizers for a robust, day-long session designed to help commercial real estate professionals navigate the legal and regulatory process in Vermont. The Vermont Development Conference will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at the Hilton Burlington Hotel.

Commercial real estate advisors White + Burke Real Estate Investment have taken the lead in putting together the conference, which is aimed at developers, engineers, architects, attorneys, contractors, business owners and anyone else with an active interest in commercial real estate development in Vermont. Downs Rachlin Martin is a platinum sponsor. 

DRM's Pete Van Oot and Chris Roy each plan to speak at the event, covering topics related to creative approaches to environmental remediation and a year in review of permitting and case law. Other topics include the development and financing considerations of marijuana legalization, and how to create functional workplaces while taking up less space and using fewer resources.

For more information, visit the Vermont Development Conference website.

Event Details

When

November 2, 2016
8:00am – 4:30pm

Where

Hilton Burlington Hotel
60 Battery Street
Burlington, VT
 

Contact

R. Prescott Jaunich, Director
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