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Benjamin S. Crocker Symposium 2011

Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to be a sponsor of Benjamin S. Crocker Symposium 2011.

From the conference website:

The Real Property Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate at UCLA will again join together to host The 40th Annual Benjamin S. Crocker Symposium on Real Estate Law and Business 2011. This symposium promises to be a day of dynamic discussions and networking with some of real estate’s biggest stars as we explore the kaleidoscope that is California’s real estate market – the laws and regulations that affect it, as well as the practical, legal and business concerns that shape it.

The Crocker Symposium is the premier conference of its type in California. The foremost legal practitioners, real estate professionals, academics and governmental officials lead sophisticated discussions to over 500 attendees on a wide variety of cutting-edge topics with a focus on current developments in best practices in real estate business and law. The program, which is designed for, and attended by, all types of real-estate professionals, including accountants, asset managers, attorneys, bankers, brokers, developers, government officials, investors, property owners, tenants, title insurers and underwriters, presents its attendees with an unparalleled opportunity to think about the future through an analysis of recent and projected real estate trends in California. It also offers real estate business professionals a better understanding of the legal issues affecting their work and attorneys with a better understanding of how their clients' businesses are impacted by the advice that they give. Over the past few years, more than 400 people have attended the Crocker Symposium annually, providing attendees with a unique opportunity to network with key players in all fields within the real estate industry.

Additional Information
For more information, including how to register, visit the Benjamin S. Crocker Symposium 2011 website.