6th Annual Easements and CCRs in Washington

The Seminar Group


Friday, November 17, 2017, 9 a.m.
Friday, November 17, 2017, 5 p.m. PST

Seattle, WA, United States

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Our region is experiencing unprecedented levels of growth, which has had a corollary effect of increasing the number and complexity of property boundary and access issues. More development tends to breed more conflict over property ownership, use, and access. Together with new construction techniques that require the acquisition of rights not contemplated decades ago to effectively develop property and protect what people “believe” they have, this new environment requires skillful drafting and creativity to address the actual and potential problems in preserving or altering property rights in our era.  It is a matter of understanding not only what needs to be accomplished but understanding and clarifying sometimes rather vague concepts of what a property owner has in parsing out these property rights. This program is designed to help new and seasoned practitioners understand the issues facing property owners in preserving and developing their property in a time of rapid growth.


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Kinnon Williams

Invited Speaker

Kinnon W. Williams, is a shareholder with Inslee Best Doezie & Ryder PS. He is author of the Washington State Bar Association’s Real Property Deskbook Chapter on Eminent Domain, a course facilitator for the International Right of Way Association, and a frequent speaker and writer on matters involving eminent domain ... Read More

Michael Nesteroff

Invited Speaker

Michael A. Nesteroff, a shareholder with Lane Powell PC, is a member of the firm’s Environmental Practice Group. In his 28 years at Lane Powell, he has handled numerous environmental litigation and claims involving hazardous site investigations, cleanups and cost recovery involving sites in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. Read More

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Heide Stevenson, elizabeth@theseminargroup.net