About our speaker: David Hartman brings 23 years of experience as a diversified land use and real estate development attorney, including a broad range of land development permitting, entitlement, and natural resource issues on behalf of landowners and developers. His practice focuses on zoning, planning, and entitlements law, including representation of clients before city councils, boards, commissions, and other governmental entities. He has worked on diverse real estate projects, including a variety of multifamily, mixed use projects, single family residential and master planned projects, hotels, office buildings, vacant land, and condominiums, among others. He represents some of the most active multifamily developers in Central Texas, and has unique experience in vested development rights/grandfathering, public-private partnerships, development agreements, annexation, and Board of Adjustment variances. Years of working in and around local, county, state, and federal governmental agencies and legislative bodies (both prior to and after obtaining his law degree) allows him to offer clients unique insights to their dealings with governmental entities and related regulatory matters.
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***Reminder: Any luncheon cancellations must be made in writing at least 24 hours in advance or you'll be billed a $50 no show fee to offset the cost of the lunch.**