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The Color of Wisconsin Property Law 2021

Product ID: CA3161D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This program is an excerpt from the 17th Annual Commercial Real Estate. Read More ↓

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This program is an excerpt from the 17th Annual Commercial Real Estate. Read More ↓

Brian D. Anderson is General Counsel at ERDMAN company in Madison. He was previously a real estate attorney in the Madison office of Quarles & Brady LLP. His experience includes real estate sale and purchase, commercial leases, real estate development, stadium financing, tribal real estate, project financing, and public-private partnerships. Mr. Anderson is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section and Indian Law Section. He is recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America® in Real Estate Law for the past five years. Before practicing law, Mr. Anderson was a math and English teacher in rural Wisconsin and rural Kenya. He clerked with a Baltimore nonprofit housing developer and The Nature Conservancy at its international headquarters.

  • Explore the ways Wisconsin has been, and continues to be, impacted by segregation
  • Know how to identify discriminatory practices within real property law
  • Expand your understanding of racial inequality
  • Real estate attorneys
  • Government lawyers
  • Any attorney interested in learning about housing segregation issues in Wisconsin
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