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    This Land is Your Land (No, It’s Mine!): The Role of Dispute Resolution in Land Use, Zoning, and Urban Planning

    1 PM EDT

    Some of the fiercest political fights aren’t between Republicans and Democrats but instead pit property owners and developers against neighbors. These fights can last years and cost millions. How can dispute resolution professionals help? In this session, you’ll go behind the scenes of the land development process and learn how your skills can translate into the arena of planning and zoning.

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    It is one of the least understood and most impactful aspects of public policy: zoning and urban planning. Fights over how land gets used can force people out of their neighborhoods and change a neighborhood’s character forever. Or it could bankrupt property owners and developers and shrink the tax base of a city. With so much at stake, what can our profession do? In this session, you will learn from a one of kind panel: three dispute resolution professionals with deep roots in development, urban planning, and public policy. Through their respective experiences and expertise, they will give you a deep look inside an often indecipherable process—one that often disenfranchises key stakeholders and leaves no one fully satisfied. The panel will educate our field on the best ways to improve the process and apply their skills.

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Jul 29, 2020

    2020-07-29T13:00:00-04:00 2020-07-29T14:30:00-04:00 This Land is Your Land (No, It’s Mine!): The Role of Dispute Resolution in Land Use, Zoning, and Urban Planning

    Some of the fiercest political fights aren’t between Republicans and Democrats but instead pit property owners and developers against neighbors. These fights can last years and cost millions. How can dispute resolution professionals help? In this session, you’ll go behind the scenes of the land development process and learn how your skills can translate into the arena of planning and zoning.

    Speakers

    Daniel Serviansky

    NY City Housing Development Corp

    Larry Schooler

    City of Austin

    Nikelle Meade

    Husch Blackwell LLP

    Stephen Rye

    DPR Construction

    Sponsors

    Section of Dispute Resolution

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