|[October 31, 2013]
Stark & Stark Announces Webinar and Expert Panel on Disaster Planning for Commercial and Industrial Properties
PRINCETON, N.J. --(Business Wire)--
Stark & Stark, a prominent law firm with offices in New Jersey, New York
and eastern Pennsylvania, announced they will be hosting a webinar on
"Disaster Planning for Commercial and Industrial Properties."
The free event will be taking place on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013, from
Noon to 1:00 pm. To register, please visit https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8827376681104451585;
or call 609-945-7610 for more information.
The discussion will be moderated by Jerry Nelson, who is a shareholder
at Stark & Stark in its commercial real estate practice. Previously, Mr.
Nelson had more than 20 years of in-house experience at Levin Management.
"In this era of more frequent storms, acts of violence and other
disasters, it is crucial for landlords, owners,and developers to be
highly informed and strategic about how they can not only reduce
risk-but manage it most effectively," says Mr. Nelson. "This webinar
will present highly valuable information about how to plan for, manage,
and move forward from a disaster."
The webinar will feature the following preeminent experts:
Lynda Benedetto, mall manager, Quaker Bridge Mall, owned by Simon
Anthony Bevilacqua, founder and president, Anthony & Company, Inc., an
insurance firm specializing in risk management
Gary Forshner, shareholder, Stark & Stark, with more than 20 years
experience in land use
Alan Lambiase, director of sales and leasing, River Terminal
Development Company, developers of more than 9 million sq. feet of
Thomas Pryor, shareholder, Stark & Stark, with more than 20 years
experience in insurance
Topics of the webinar will include:
Precautions necessary to protect business property from damage
Post-disaster employee communication plan
"Hurricane" and "terrorism" loss endorsements
Increasing / decreasing of policy limits
Enforcement of indemnification provisions in leases
Rebuilding and pre-existing nonconforming use factors
Importance of variances in disaster aftermath
About Stark & Stark
Since its founding in 1933, Stark
& Stark has been successful in developing innovative solutions
and "putting the law to work for our clients." With more than 115
attorneys and 27 practice areas, the Firm's attorneys act not only as
legal counsel, but also as strategists and advisors. With offices in
Princeton, Marlton, Philadelphia, New York and Yardley, Stark & Stark is
a regional law firm with a national client base.
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