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Date: April 4, 2024
Location: Seattle, Washington

Join us for a comprehensive full-day program designed to enhance your understanding of public easements in both Western and Eastern Washington. This seminar and webcast, tailored for both new and seasoned practitioners, aims to unravel the complexities and opportunities in Washington property law, focusing on the preservation of livable environments across rural and urban settings. Participants will gain insights and strategies to better represent their clients, safeguarding their rights in the evolving landscape of property law. 

Featured Presentations from Foster Garvey:

    • Steven J. Gillespie at 10:00 AM: "Change of Use, Zoning Changes, Boundary Line Disputes"
    • Kinnon W. Williams (Program Co-Chair) at 2:45 PM: "1904 Vacation Statute"

Special Presenters:

    • Senator Curtis King (14th Legislative District)
    • Assistant Attorney General Mark F. Schumock
    • Faith A. Roland, Director of Real Property for Sound Transit

Continuing Education Credits:

This seminar offers a variety of continuing education credits, including WA MCLE, OR CLE, WA Real Estate Brokers, WA Real Estate Appraiser, and APA credits. It's an ideal opportunity for professionals to stay abreast of current trends and requirements in their respective fields.

More Information:

For detailed information on event details, available credits, and registration, please visit the seminar's website.

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