Seminars & Events for Laura J. Genovich
Attorney Laura Genovich spoke about ethics for municipal officials.
As the popularity (and profitability) of alternative energy soars, townships are seeing increasing numbers of special land use requests from energy developers, including those harnessing both wind and solar energy.
Foster Swift attorneys will be in attendance at the 65th Annual Michigan Townships Association Educational Conference & Expo. The conference takes place April 23-26 at the Grand Traverse Resort located in Acme township. Attendees will learn innovative solutions, processes and ideas to affect greatness in their community.
Laura Genovich presented at the Bankruptcy Best Practices Seminar, hosted by the Office of the United States Trustee, in Traverse City on December 13, 2017.
Laura Genovich presented the Case Law Update at the Somerset Inn in Troy, Michigan.
Foster Swift attorney Laura Genovich will be presenting a webinar entitled Property Tax Exemptions: What Every Assessor Needs to Know on Wednesday September 20, 2017, at 12:00 p.m.
This 30-minute webinar explains what schools can (and cannot) do to discipline an employee based on social media content and provides practical tips for adopting and enforcing social media policies.
With the adoption of the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act in late 2016, many municipalities are left wondering whether they must allow medical marijuana dispensaries in their communities and, if so, how such land uses can be regulated.
Laura Genovich explained general bankruptcy law concepts and spoke about how farmland leases are treated in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. Laura also provided an update about the current status of the Stamp Farms bankruptcy case.
The topic of medical marijuana is on nearly every municipal board or council’s agenda these days and the law is changing fast and furiously.