Partner Michael S. Greene will be speaking at the upcoming South Florida Disaster Preparedness Conference, in conjunction with Environmental Research and Restoration, and Indoor Air Quality Association Inc. The conference is aimed at helping businesses protect their assets as emergencies often strike with little or no warning. Early planning to address your response to emergencies will help businesses protect assets, mitigate the impact of an emergency, and accelerate the recovery process. Representatives from Siemens and Florida Power & Light (FPL) will also be presenting. The Disaster Preparedness Conference 2014 will cover:
- existing business community plans and procedures
- business risk and impact of potential emergencies
- planning emergency preparedness and response
- how to develop business unit management plans and procedures
- implementation of your disaster recovery plan through detailed testing and employee training
- August 14, 2014 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
- Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Davie Campus
- Liberal Arts Building, Main Auditorium
Michael S. Greene’s law practice centers on the areas of real estate development and finance, real estate acquisition, sale and leasing, construction law, construction contracting and claims resolution, indoor environmental and disaster preparation and recovery, ADA and Accessibility Code, Fair Housing Act hospitality law, land use and zoning law, healthcare facilities, including nursing homes and senior living projects, trademark and copyrights for owners, design professionals and manufacturers, and alcoholic beverage licensing. Mr. Greene represents developers, institutional and entrepreneurial building owners, purchasers, sellers, landlords and tenants, contractors, mold assessors and remediators
For more information about real estate matters and strategy, contact:
Michael S. Green, Esq.
With offices in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and Boca Raton
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