New York Partner Philip Karmel and Chicago Counsel Karl Marschel will join a faculty of experienced practitioners from across the country for the Practising Law Institute’s 19th Annual Commercial Real Estate Institute. The seminar will focus on improving the skill of identifying, appreciating and weighing a client’s leverage in negotiating the commercial real estate fundamentals (rents, vacancy rates and development activity) and negotiating real estate deals.

Marschel will speak on joint ventures at the Chicago seminar on Oct. 26 at the University of Chicago's Gleacher Center. Karmel will speak on environmental issues in real estate transactions at the New York seminar on Dec. 5 at the PLI center in Manhattan.

Karmel has broad experience serving as litigation and regulatory counsel in environmental, land use, real estate and toxic tort matters. His experience includes matters arising under environmental review statutes and the Clean Air Act; Superfund and oil spill matters; zoning and other land use matters; brownfields redevelopment; and the environmental aspects of corporate and real estate transactions.

Marschel practices in the areas of real estate development and public finance and is a member of the firm's Real Estate Private Equity and REITs Team. His practice includes representing REITs, private equity and other clients with respect to the acquisition, development and disposition of commercial, office, industrial, residential and condominium properties.

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