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July 17, 2014

Real Estate Chair Matthew Kimball Selected Panel Speaker at 2014 Advanced Real Property Institute

Matthew L. Kimball, Chair of Niles Barton's Real Estate Department, will speak on a panel entitled “Traps for the Unwary: Lease Clauses That Get No Respect in the LOI” at the 2014 Advanced Real Property Institute to be held on October 1, 2014 at the Sheraton Columbia Town Center Hotel in Columbia, MD. The Advanced Real Property Institute is a one-day seminar covering a range of real estate law topics, and its faculty includes some of the top real estate lawyers in Maryland.

The event attracts Maryland realtors, real property attorneys, and title insurers to learn and discuss the legal issues that impact the industry. Mr. Kimball has spoken at this annual event previously, and has participated as coordinator and served as co-chair from 2007-2009.

For more information on the event's agenda, please visit the MSBA Real Property Section registration page.

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