The Maryland State Bar Association’s Real Property Section presents: “A Night at the Theater”! Please join the Real Property Section on Wednesday, April 1 at 6:00pm at Everyman Theatre for an educational presentation, led by Diane Cho and Rima Namek of Cho Benn Holback and Associates and Stephen Sharkey of DLA Piper, on the various […]

By Edward J. Levin The Court of Appeals recently held that a letter of intent signed as part of settlement discussions between two parties who were litigating over the ownership and use of parking spaces was unambiguous and constituted an enforceable contract between them even though the lease that was to guide the relationship of […]

Please join the Baltimore County Bar Association Real Property Committee for a brown bag lunch discussion on the tricks and traps related to letters of intent and commercial real estate contracts.  The conversation will be led by Bob Aumiller and Joe Bradley of MacKenzie Commercial and Doug Burgess of Nolan, Plumhoff & Williams, Chtd.  A […]

On Wednesday, November 19 at 7:30 pm, Stuart Kaplow, a seasoned land use and green building lawyer is presenting “What’s New with Green Buildings: from LEED to the IGCC” at the Baltimore Engineering Society, 11 W. Monument Street. Mr. Kaplow will capitalize on his institutional knowledge of green building, including his experiences in working on […]

October’s Commercial Real Estate Discussion Group is “Place Making: Legal issues and a few planning issues as well.” The discussion group will be led by Shulman, Rodgers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, P.A.’s David Freishtat and Nancy Regelin. It takes place on October 14 at 12:15 p.m. in the Miles Way Conference Room, 100 Light Street, […]

The Real Property Section Council has requested that it serve as the liaison between the Real Property Section and the Baltimore County’s Circuit Court clerk’s office with respect to its implementation of the pilot e-Recording project to allow electronic recording of land record documents.  Barbara Hansman, Project Manager for Special Projects – Non-Case Applications, Administrative Office of […]

Gordon Feinblatt LLC and its member Maggie M. Witherup have provided the following notice of a Baltimore City Council bill that proposes significant changes to the City’s green building code. For more information, please refer to this link. City Council Bill No. 14-0413 proposes to repeal the City’s existing green building code and replace it […]

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