USGBC-LA Program on Legal Implications of Green Building

by Robin Yeager on 03/11/2010

in Green Building, Green Products

The Long Beach branch of the US Green Building Council-Los Angeles is hosting a lunch program, “Green & the Law: Legal Considerations & Implications Associated w/Building Sustainably” on Tuesday March 16th at Long Beach City College.

Panelists include members of the building community (developer/architect/general contractor/lender) as well as four attorneys, including yours truly, talking about various issues that could arise with LEED certified and other green building projects.  Specifically, we will be discussing provisions that should be considered in construction contracts and the possible issues that could arise when everything doesn’t go according to plan.

For more info, go here www.usgbcla.org, scroll down and click on “more details” for the March 16th item, then click on the long link to reach the registration page. Cost is $35 for USGBC-LA members and $50 for non-members. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. and program, including lunch, runs from Noon to 3 p.m.

Hope you can join us!

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