Several Cohen & Grigsby Attorneys Served as Speakers during the Pennsylvania Association of Housing & Redevelopment Agencies Expo
Attorneys Shared Expertise on Timely Topics Related to Housing Finance and Legal Issues
PITTSBURGH, PA – July 23, 2012 – Cohen & Grigsby, a business law firm with headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA and an office in Naples, FL, recently had several attorneys share their expertise on a variety of legal issues related to housing and redevelopment during the Pennsylvania Association of Housing & Redevelopment Agencies (PAHRA) 2012 Spring Conference and Expo at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania. Four Cohen & Grigsby attorneys spoke at the following sessions during the conference:
Michael Syme, Esq., a partner and head of the firm’s affordable housing practice group, served as a co-speaker during a presentation titled “Fiduciary Responsibilities of Affiliates and Instrumentalities.”
Blaine Lamperski, Esq., a partner with the firm, offered his expertise to attendees during a presentation titled “Marcellus Shale and Utility Companies: How to Deal with Them as a Property Owner.”
Michelle Yarbrough Korb, Esq., a partner with the firm, served as a co-presenter on the topic of “Tax Credits- Year 15” during an educational session.
Alice Mitinger, Esq., a partner with the firm, served as a co-presenter during a session titled “PA Open Records Act-New Developments in the Law and Best Practices for Compliance.”
The Pennsylvania Association of Housing and Redevelopment Agencies (PAHRA) is an affiliation of Pennsylvania’s housing authorities, redevelopment authorities, community development agencies and nonprofit corporations. The purpose of PAHRA is to disseminate information relating to housing and community development; study and analyze national, state, and local legislation affecting housing and community development; provide a channel for the frequent exchange of ideas, experiences and innovations within the fields of housing and community development; and increase public understanding of the methods and objectives of housing and community development agencies.
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