Shari Shapiro, LEED Accredited Professional and Green Building Law Blogger, Discusses LEED Decertification

Shari Shapiro, an attorney and , focuses her practice on green building law, which includes sustainable project financing, regulatory drafting, land use approvals, contracts, and conflict resolution. Shapiro is the Sustainability Coordinator for Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP's Sustainability Initiative.  She's also a prolific blogger (greenbuildinglawblog.com).  Shapiro spoke with HB Litigation Conferences' Tom Hagy to create three clips.  Here, she answers the question:   Can a project, once LEED certified, be decertified?  Click and hear what she had to say. More info about recordings and upcoming events on the subject can be found at www.LitigationConferences.com.

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  • 01-25-2012

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