Friday, February 26, 2010 - 7:30 - 9:00 AM
About the Program

This brief educational session will:

- Demonstrate the financial impact on your rate of return when using sustainable real estate concepts in your existing
  building or new construction plans.
- Explain sustainable design ideas and strategies that work in today's economic landscape.
- Discuss solutions to legal issues that arise when doing business in sustainable real estate, especially relating to leases,
  contracts and the LEED certification process.

Keynote Speakers:

Walt Clements, CCIM, Director, Lewis White Real Estate Center in the Bloch School at UMKC, will present thorough financial analysis of the impact on your yield by utilizing a variety of green concepts in your next building. He will be using “state of the art” real estate financial analysis software with a range of variables demonstrating the cost versus the financial benefit of “going green.”

Hans Nettelblad, AIA LEED® AP, an architect with BNIM, will discuss sustainable design and “green retrofit” strategies available for building developers, owners, and operators, along with life-cycle benefits of a green facility.

Curtis Petersen, J.D. LEED® AP, an attorney with Polsinelli Shughart PC, will discuss the specialized legal services necessary to support sustainable development with specific emphasis on green leasing.

Moderated by:

Joy Hays, J.D., a real estate attorney with Polsinelli Shughart PC, will moderate the program and provide an overview of current issues and trends.

Michael A. Campbell, J.D., an attorney in the Polsinelli Shughart St. Louis office concentrating in loan enforcement in the financial services area of real estate law.

James A. Fredericks, J.D., an attorney in the Polsinelli Shughart St. Louis office who concentrates in real estate and business law.

To view a copy of the invitation, please click here.

Friday, February 26, 2010

7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Continental breakfast

Pierre Laclede Center
7733 Forsyth Boulevard
Room A (2nd Floor)
Clayton, MO 63105


The courtesy of your response is requested by Friday, February 19, 2010 to
For more information, contact Lindsay Tiehen at 816.218.1227.