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Environmental Commercial Transactions (LAW 772)
Every commercial law practice today requires environmental due diligence. This course examines the reporting requirements, audits, and other disclosures that the attorney must provide for the purchase or sale of real property, for mergers and acquisitions, for disclosures under the federal securities laws, and under environmental permitting for real estate development. It also examines warranties, covenants, and other representations available in structuring transactions to avoid or limit environmental liability. The course explores related issues of environmental income and property taxes.
2 credit hours.
Faculty: Seth A. Davis, Adjunct