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Attorneys Share Insights on 504 Loans, Entitlement Process at Local Seminars

April 2008 -- Alison W. Rind, Arnold D. Spevack, and Joel Aronson of our Commercial Lending Group recently presented a seminar entitled "Closing the 504 Loan". The presentation was divided into two parts: "Taking the Mystery Out of the 504 Process" and "Modification and Workout of the 504 Loan". The two-part seminar focused on the ins and outs of the 504 loan process, including various government regulations that must be followed, and were attended by lenders from numerous banks and lending agencies throughout the region.

Steven A. Robins, a principal in the firm's Land Use & Zoning Group, was a speaker at the Georgetown Law Center on Tuesday morning.  Mr. Robins spoke before a large group of law students on the topic of the entitlement process in his presentation entitled “The Challenges of the Entitlement Process: Case Studies”. Through the use of case studies, the event highlighted the impact of governmental agencies, citizens, traffic and transportation, the environment and other relevant issues in land use today.

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