is pleased to present
the first annual
Friday, August 6, 2010
7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center
4705 Clydesdale Parkway
A Northern Colorado Real Estate
and Business Law Firm.
Otis, Coan & Peters, LLC
at our first annual
Real Estate Law Update
Topics to be covered include:
• New Laws Real Estate Professionals Should Know About
(including recent legislative changes, such as the new broker lien law,
how the new marijuana laws affect real estate, recent court decisions
that affect real property, and more)
• Title Insurance 101 (including how to use a title insurance commit-
ment in due diligence; how to get the commitment cleaned up and why
to do it before you close; preserving a deal in the face of title problems;
and understanding the relationship between title agent and title in-
• The Naked Truth about using only the Real Estate Commission
approved forms in commercial real estate deals
• Dealing with Distressed Properties
(including foreclosures, workouts,
receivers, and other lender, owner and
tenant issues involving distressed
• Insulating yourself or your real estate
client from liability using an LLC
Approved for 4 CLE / CRE Credits!
Continental Breakfast and Networking 7:30 a.m.to 8:00 a.m.
Track A Seminars (for lawyers) 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Track B Seminars (for non-lawyers) 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Networking and Q&A with Presenters 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Who should attend?
Lawyers, Commercial Real Estate Brokers,
Real Estate Developers, Commercial Lenders,
Title Agents, and other real estate professionals
Cost: $25.00 per person
$15.00 per person if member of the Northern
Colorado Commercial Association of Realtors
To register: complete and return the Registration Form Res ce i
erv s lim
provided with this brochure no later than July 30, 2010. e yo ited
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For questions or more details, contact Dawn Schmidt at now
970-330-6700, 970-225-6700, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The team of OCP Lawyers presenting at the
Real Estate Law Update include:
Fred L. Otis, Esq.
Mr. Otis received his law degree from the University of
Lea rn from Arkansas and has been practicing real estate law in Northern
Colorado , with a focus on transactions, since 1976.
Exp erience G. Brent Coan, Esq.
Mr. Coan received his law degree from the University of Denver.
nC His practice focuses on real estate and business matters,
N orther nd
including complex transactions, organization and finance,
as well as lender/creditor rights as related to commercial loans.
Real E rs!
Jennifer Lynn Peters, Esq.
Ms. Peters received her law degree from the University of
Colorado. Her practice focuses on complex real estate and
business litigation, including appeals.
Michael D. Stewart, Esq.
Mr. Stewart received his law degree from the University of
Colorado and has been practicing law in Northern Colorado
since 1978. His practice focuses on transactions and covenants.
Mr. Stewart is also a municipal court judge.
Brett Payton, Esq.
Mr. Payton received his law degree from Southwestern
University in Los Angeles. His practice focuses on real estate
and business litigation. Mr. Payton is currently the chair of the
City of Greeley Planning Commission.
Daniel W. Jones, Esq.
Mr. Jones received his law degree from the University of
Colorado. His practice focuses on business transactions,
including entity formation and entity issues.
The Doyle Building 2026 Caribou Drive Charles M. Shoop Esq.
1812 56th Avenue Suite 102 Mr. Shoop received his law degree from George Washington
Greeley, CO 80634 Fort Collins, CO 80525 University. His practice focuses on real estate and business
litigation, including appeals.
Telephone: 970-330-6700 Telephone: 970-225-6700
Facsimile: 970-330-2969 Facsimile: 970-232-9927
Michael C. Payne, Esq.
Mr. Payne received his law degree from the University of Kansas.
His practice focuses on real estate litigation, with a focus on
creditor’s rights and mechanic’s liens.
Find us on the web at:
www.nocolegal.com David K. Stubbs, Esq.
Mr. Stubbs received his law degree from the University of
Kansas. His practice focuses on all areas of real estate law,
with a focus on title issues.