Event: NYC Builds Bio+ Life Sciences 2019 Real Estate Development Symposium
Speaker: Michael De Chiara; Joe Landolina,Cresilon; Brett Spector, Fesarius Thereapeutics, David McElligot, Petra Pharma
Date: June 12, 2019
Time: 08:00AM — 04:30PM
Location: The Times Center

Event: Commercial Observer 4th Annual Midtown Forum
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Moderator; Tommy Craig-Hines; Granit Cjonbalaj-The We Company; Stephen Meringoff-Himmel + Meringoff Properties; Darcy Stacom-CBRE
Date: June 12, 2019
Time: 07:30AM — 10:30AM
Location: Helmsley Building

Event: Commercial Observer 3rd Annual Retail Forum
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Co-Founding Partner - Moderator; Michael O'Neill, Cushman & Wakefield; Michael Goldban, Brookfield Properties; Dan Wenhold, Fifth Wall
Date: May 01, 2019
Time: 08:00AM — 11:00AM
Location: 1221 Avenue of the Americas - New York, NY

Event: AIA 2019 Project Delivery Symposium: Delivering the Future
Speaker: Tim Hegarty, Partner; Shannon Campbell, Inspira Health Network; Bill Hercules, WJH Health; Geoffrey Neumayr, San Francisco Int'l Airport Planning, Design & Construction; David Cook, Grimshaw Architects
Date: March 11, 2019
Time: 12:00AM — 12:00AM
Location: Washington, DC

The increasing demand for successful project outcomes continues to drive the design and construction industry toward innovations in project delivery. Recent strategies such as Progressive Design Build and Integrated Project Delivery are rapidly evolving, and coupled with the relentless advancement of digital technologies, these delivery methods are transforming the traditional relationships among owners, architects, and builders. 

With a growing body of evidence linking strong team collaboration to greater project success, project teams are becoming increasingly integrated and more transparent. Building design is now embodied in increasingly vast databases with multiple contributors, prompting new questions of authorship. Financial details of profit and overhead, once closely guarded, are now being openly shared. And as project teams adopt joint project direction, accountability is frequently less clear. All these trends are driving the need to reconsider project risk and its allocation.

This symposium will consider the future of project delivery and its central role in balancing these unrelenting trends. Owners, architects, engineers, constructors, will come together to offer their perspectives on the latest strategies for driving project outcomes, allocating risk, and employing software to close the gap between design, fabrication and construction.

Event: ABA Forum on Construction Law
Speaker: Jaimee Nardiello
Date: January 30, 2019
Time: 01:00PM — 01:00PM
Location: Los Angeles

Creative Collateral Claims Against Public Entities and their Agents

Most lawyers already know that losing bidders often target the owner and winning bidder when they believe that bid criteria or due process requirements were not followed. But what about advisors to the owner, such as architects, construction managers, and owner’s reps? Can they be liable to the losing bidder on theories like defamation, tortious interference, and other creative claims? This session explores theories of liability of those parties for the consequences of their advice, including a discussion of defamation and other potential claims for an architect’s recommendations on bid selection.


Event: SGH Seminar: Understanding the Role of Construction Litigation Experts
Speaker: Michael Vardaro, Managing Partner
Date: November 30, 2018
Time: 05:30PM — 08:00PM
Location: New York Building Congress, 1040 Avenue of the Americas, 21st Floor, New York, New York 10018

Panel Nathaniel Smith, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger (SGH) - Moderator; Charles Boland, GREYHAWK; Vince Cammalleri, SGH; Keith Stevens, L’Abbate, Balkan, Colavita & Contini, L.L.P. (LBC&C). In today’s fast-paced environment, issues can arise during design and construction that affect building projects, including cost overruns, delays, or errors. They can influence the project’s success and ultimately result in litigation. In these instances, expert consultants often work with attorneys and their clients to evaluate claims, provide expert testimony, and explain technical matters to triers of fact. In this discussion, our diverse team of panelists – including expert consultants and attorneys representing design professionals and contractors – will explore some of the common situations that architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) team members encounter. Panelists will also provide insight on how to mitigate these situations and examine the litigation process, focusing on the various roles attorneys and expert consultants play to achieve resolution. 

Event: Commercial Observer: 2nd Annual Downtown Forum
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Co-Founding Partner - Moderator
Date: November 28, 2018
Time: 07:30AM — 10:30AM
Location: Brookfield Property TBD

​Panel: Marty Burger, CEO, Silverstein Properties; Ric Clark, Senior Managing Partner & Chairman, Brookfield Property Group & Brookfield Property Partners; Douglas Durst, Chair, The Durst Organization; Bruce Mosler, Chairman, Global Brokerage, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.; David R. Weinreb, CEO, The Howard Hughes Corporation; Jonathan Resnick, President, Jack Resnick & Sons.

From the revitalized South Street Seaport to the opening this year of 3 World Trade Center and the now 24/7 neighborhood of the Financial District, Downtown has enjoyed a stunning evolution in recent years, with ongoing surges in development and infrastructure projects. This year, lower Manhattan celebrated its strongest quarter of commercial leasing activity in seven years – TAMI tenants comprised the bulk of the deals – with area vacancies remaining below 10 percent for five straight quarters. Plus, average Class A office space rents are the highest in the market’s history, with renewal rates strong and coworking adding to the sector’s stability. But that’s not to say the Downtown market is without its challenges, as subleases and large blocks of space have driven up availabilities.

Event: Women Builders Council - Our Stories, The Women of Real Estate
Speaker: Loryn Riggiola, Partner
Date: November 19, 2018
Time: 05:30PM — 07:30PM

Our Stories is an opportunity to learn about how women are succeeding,
personally and professionally in the real estate industry. Our program will
include candid conversations from New York’s leading women and ample
opportunities to network and meet women from all areas of the real estate
and construction industry who are changing the game for their colleagues
and emerging women leaders.

Event: CREW New York 40th Anniversary Gala
Date: October 04, 2018
Time: 06:30PM — 09:00PM
Location: Edison Ballroom 240 West 47th St

Partner Jaimee Nardiello, President of CREW NY, leads the orgnization into its 40th year at its landmark Anniversary Gala, celebrating forty years of empowerment, advancement, and success! Together, we will honor women from across four decades whose commitment, passion, and work inspires others and meaningfully honors our CREW NY mission: to build a powerful network of professionals dedicated to the advancement of women in commercial real estate.

Event: Commercial Observer: 4th Annual Brooklyn, Queens Forum
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Co-Founding Partner
Date: September 13, 2018
Time: 07:30AM — 11:00AM
Location: Industry City, 220 36th Street Brooklyn, New York 11232 Map

Panel: John Brod, ABS Partners Real Estate, Shimon Shkury, Ariel Property Advisors, Helena Durst, The Durst Organization, Christopher Schlank, Savanna. Brooklyn and Queens have come a long way over the past decade. As new development and investment in the boroughs surge, owners are finding innovative ways to lure Manhattan-based firms across the bridge. While prime locations like Downtown Brooklyn and Long Island City have seen historically high leasing activity, some corridors are grappling with a market correction. What’s ahead for these ever-evolving boroughs?  


Event: Women Builders Council, WeForShe: Time to Empower the Next Generation
Speaker: Loryn Riggiola, Partner; Jay Badame, AECOM Tishman; Susi Yu, L&L MAG; Maggie Austin, NYC Dept. Design & Construction; Anita Nelson, AECOM; Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN Women; Judy Begtraum, CUNY; Deborah Bradley, Construction & Management Services
Date: May 16, 2018
Time: 05:30PM — 07:30PM
Location: The CUNY Graduate Center Baisley Powell Elebash Recital Hall and Lobby 365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10016

The time is now for the construction industry to challenge to status quo. Change is happening at a rapid pace and mindsets are shifting, leading to more inclusive opportunities for all. It starts with you.


You are invited to an evening that brings together leaders from the private and public sectors, academia and the next generation of talent. Let’s celebrate this moment and keep pressing for progress.

From the largest corporations, to small businesses and individuals, Women Builders Council (WBC) is inspiring New Yorkers to become change agents for the achievement of equality for all. Building upon the United Nation’s ground breaking “HeForShe” campaign, WBC is partnering with key construction industry decision makers to affirm their commitment to gender equality, as well as increasing diversity and the role of women in the construction industry.

Formed in 2017 by Women Builders Council and the United Nations, WeforShe unites men and women throughout the construction industry to create a more inclusive workplace. Women Builders Council provides a dynamic forum that advances industry knowledge, addresses the barriers that prevent women from growing, and facilitates solutions for policy makers and industry leaders.

Event: Commercial Observer: 2nd Annual Retail Forum
Speaker: Jaimee Nardiello, Partner - Moderator
Date: April 19, 2018
Time: 07:30AM — 10:30AM
Location: 1221 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020

Panel: Richard Chera, Crown Acquisitions; Lauren Adams, Gensler; Michael Goldban, Brookfield Properties; Jeffrey Weinhaus, Equinox; Jeffrey Roseman, Newmark Knight Frank. Today’s consumers, especially millennials, prefer splurging on experiences over traditional goods and are not spending their Saturdays shopping at the mall.  They want a place to be and be seen--somewhere to experience and learn about new products, not necessarily buy them.  Retailers and owners alike are reinventing their spaces with consumers in mind in order to attract (and keep) customers engaged.  Panelists will discuss how they are addressing these these issues by taking a new approach to design, activating event spaces and creating new brands to create buzz.  In addition, panelists will discuss new technologies and platforms being used to change consumer experiences and create new opportunities.

Event: CREW NY: Powerful Women in Real Estate Luncheon & Program
Speaker: Carol Patterson, Senior Partner-Moderator
Date: March 06, 2018
Time: 11:30AM — 02:00PM
Location: Club 101, 101 Park Avenue at 40th St, New York, NY

Panel: Daria Salusbury, Salusbury & Co.; Frances Delgorio, Jack Resnick & Sons; Lisa Bevacqua, Silverstein Properties.

Annual luncheon featuring a panel of powerful women and a moderator who is a powerful woman in her own right; also there will be a collection and brief presentation by Melissa Norden with Bottomless Closet.

Event: Liability for Building Foundations: A Geotechnical Dilemma
Speaker: Bill Chimos, Partner
Date: January 28, 2018
Time: 02:00PM — 04:00PM
Location: Albany, New York

Civil engineers are required to have deep knowledge of the subsurface and complex topography upon which buildings will rest, whether the base is Manhattan schist or Florida sand.The intersection of geotechnology and engineering bears further examination as liability for issues with building foundations is expanding. A panel made up of legal, technical and risk assessment experts called upon to help resolve disputes in this emerging area will debate when liability starts and ends and how structural issues can be avoided in the future. The panel features: Thomas Coghlan, Managing Partner, Integro Insurance Brokers; Allan Paul, Senior Vice President , AECOM Tishman and Theodore von Rosenvinge, Senior Principal, Geodesign Inc.

Event: Zoning Advisory Council & Brooklyn AIA: Understanding the NYC Department of Buildings
Speaker: Raymond Mellon
Date: January 25, 2018
Time: 05:00PM — 07:00PM
Location: Club 101, 101 Park Avenue, NYC

Understanding the NYC Department of Buildings process of excluding Architects and Engineers from Limited Supervisory Check, Professional Certification programs and total exclusions from all filings.

The Zoning Advisory Council and AIA Brooklyn Present - Understanding Administrative Hearings and Protocol

Eligible attendees will be able to register and receive 2 learning units!

1. Understanding the NYC Dept. of Buildings process of excluding Architects and Engineers from Limited Supervisory Check, Professional Certification programs and total exclusions from all filings.

  • Our panelists will include Raymond Mellon, Senior Partner, Zetlin & De Chiara LLP and Stuart Klein who have extensive experience in defending and representing architects, engineers and others in proceeding at the OATH.  

2. Ian Rasmussen will discuss the recent new requirements adopted by the Board of Standards and Appeals for filing applications. 

If time allows, we will also discuss how we can help to meet with officials to discuss issues presently confronting the land use and zoning community.

A light fare of snacks will be served.  The cost of the event is $35.00 (Checks payable to “Zoning Advisory Council”). 

AIA Brooklyn will log in the learning units for AIA members.  Non-members will be emailed a certificate of completion.

Event: PLI 19th Annual Commercial Real Estate Institute
Speaker: James Terry
Date: December 04, 2017
Time: 08:45AM — 05:00PM
Location: PLI New York Center- 1177 Avenue of the Americas

2018 construction issues:
• Selecting the proper delivery system
• Update on the AIA 2017 Family of Construction Documents
• Critical risk-shifting provisions in construction contracts, including a discussion on dispute resolution clauses
• Issues with inconsistent treatment across jurisdictions
• Public Private Partnerships – the trend in construction



Event: Commercial Observer's The New Face of Downtown
Speaker: Michael Zetlin
Date: November 29, 2017
Time: 07:30AM — 10:30AM
Location: 195 Broadway, New York, NY

Downtown Manhattan contunies to flourish as large development and revitalization projects finally come to fruition. Driven by competitive rents, creative firms and TAMI tenants have flocked downtown, changing the face of a neighborhood once dominated by the finance industry. In response, savvy owners are making significant capital improvements to court tenants and compete with new inventory. The New Face of Downtown will examine how owners small and large are taking advantange of the renewed interest in New York City's venerable downtown, what's working and what's not, and how downtown landlords are competing with other large-scale projects in Midtown and Hudson Yards.

Event: The Future of Labor in Construction: The Conversation Continues
Speaker: Michael De Chiara, Senior Partner
Date: November 02, 2017
Time: 08:00AM — 10:00AM
Location: The Union League Club

Panel: Carlo Scissura, Michael Apuzzo, Jay Badame, Louis Coletti, Sabrina Kanner, Gary LaBarbera, Charles Murphy, Larry Roman, and Robert Sanna.

Event: Commercial Observer's Brooklyn Queens Event
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Co-Founding Partner
Date: October 31, 2017
Time: 08:15AM — 11:15AM
Location: Dock 72, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn and Queens continue to make headlines as new development and investment in the boroughs surge. With many prime locations already under development, panelists will examine what neighborhoods and asset classes are hot (or not), office supply and demand, concerns over infrastructure, key policy initiatives and why Brooklyn and Queens will continue to flourish for years to come.

Attendees will also hear firsthand from companies that moved from Manhattan to the boroughs, including what factors influenced their decision to relocate, while getting an exclusive sneak peek of Dock 72, the much-anticipated tech-focused office building rising at The Brooklyn Navy Yard. 

Event: Leadership Lunch: Risky Business - What Marketing Leaders Need to Know to Position Their Firms in High-Risk A/E/C Environment
Speaker: Michael De Chiara, Co-Founding Partner
Date: October 24, 2017
Time: 12:00PM — 12:00AM
Location: iGuzzini Showroom, 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10010

The design and construction industry is hugely complex and inherently uncertain. Projects are unique in terms of program, site, budget, schedule, and client goals. Identification, assessment, prioritization, and management of risk is often overlooked by leaders in our industry, opening firms to professional liability. Contracts are the cornerstone of our business, so better understanding of contractual liabilities, legal exposure created under contract, and knowledge of what to do when contract disputes arise, can help limit this exposure. This panel discussion will educate marketing leaders on risk and help them become better champions for risk management best practice.

After attending this presentation, participants will be able to...

  • Identify common A/E/C contractual mistakes
  • Understand rules of thumb for limiting liability
  • Become knowledgeable about risk mitigation resources available to all firms
  • Summarize A/E/C staff responsibilities in the risk management process

Event: ACECNJ Fall Conference 2017
Speaker: Timothy Hegarty, Partner
Date: September 25, 2017
Time: 10:30AM — 11:30AM
Location: Tropicana , Atlantic City, NJ

Timothy Hegarty, ACECNJ’s General Counsel, and Rob Hughes, Partner at Ames Gough, will lead a discussion regarding critical issues of importance facing ACECNJ’s Member Firms.

Join Tim and Rob on Monday, September 25th at 10:30 AM for an hour to discuss, share and explore these key legal issues:

  • QBS Attacks in NJ – RFPs that violate the Law
  • Broad Indemnity & Defense Provisions From Agencies – Legislative Action Required
  • Dispute Resolution Minefield
  • Insurance Hot Topics
  • Q&A

Speaker: Michael Vardaro, Managing Partner
Date: September 19, 2017
Time: 02:15PM — 02:45PM
Location: Austin Convention Center, Austin, TX

How to Avoid Work Delays, Cost Overruns and Quality Issues : Selecting the Right Project Delivery System; Establishing a Realistic Budget; Assembling the Right Project Team; Creating Documentation Protocols; Scheduling Strategies; As-Built Conditions; BIM; Sustainable Construction. 


Event: THE CURE The 2017 Healthcare Construction Report
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Founding Partner
Date: September 19, 2017
Time: 08:30AM — 12:30PM
Location: The CUNY Graduate Center

As new healthcare policies and innovations are implemented, demand for new healthcare facilities and upgrades is growing. Further, an aging U.S. population, new technologies, rising demand for single occupancy rooms and increased healthcare consumerism are more and more shaping decisions about new hospital locations, design and functionality. Speakers from the healthcare construction industry will discuss the effects of these trends, and the uncertainty that financial concerns and government policy changes bring. 

Event: Outlook 2017: The Future of Labor in Construction
Speaker: Michael K. De Chiara, Richard T. Anderson, Jay Badame, Sabrina Kanner, Gary LaBarbera, Steve McGinnis, Joseph G. Mizzi, Charles F. Murphy, Edward V. Piccinich
Date: May 31, 2017
Time: 08:00AM — 10:00AM
Location: Union League Club

Understanding all sides of the construction conundrum will help participants develop a way forward. Complex, urban construction requires highly-skilled labor in order to build safely and efficiently. Yet, rising costs have driven many of New York's leading owner/developers to eo employ less expensive, non-union labor particularly in the residential sector.

Event: Commercial Observer's Midtown Means Business Breakfast
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Senior Partner
Date: May 11, 2017
Time: 07:30AM — 11:00AM
Location: 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019

With constantly changing real estate dynamics, one thing is for certain: Midtown is here to stay.

With its convenient commute and central location, the city’s largest commercial real estate submarket continues to play host to the most diverse talent pool in the country. As the tenant mix evolves, and leasing activity is driven from a wider group of industries, owners are finding innovative ways to appeal to the broadest universe of prospective tenants to ensure that Midtown continues to be a go-to destination for decades to come.

Event: American College of Construction Lawyers, Annual Meeting
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Senior Partner
Date: March 16, 2017
Time: 08:00AM — 05:00AM
Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, Georgia

3rd Annual EPC Contract Management Meeting, American College of Construction Lawyers, Annual Meeting

The Potentially Catastophic Design Error: What to Do About It.

An exploration of the issues that arise when a designer relizes that its design, whether within the standard of care or not, may be subject to a catastrophic failure. The panel will discuss the mechanics of disclosure, ethical condsiderations for counsel and other professionals, insurance repercussions, and control over the solution.


Eileen M. Diepenbrock, Moderator, Sacremento, CA
Mark Heley, Minneapolis, MN
Michael Zetlin, New York, NY



Event: P3C Public-Private Partnership Conference 2017
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Senior Partner
Date: February 28, 2017
Time: 10:15AM — 12:00PM
Location: Sheraton Hotel, Dallas

Social P3s – Structuring the Transaction and Adapting Private Sector Experience



Event: ACEC Winter Meeting-CFO Forum
Speaker: Michael Vardaro, Managing Partner
Date: January 30, 2017
Time: 02:00PM — 12:00AM
Location: Albany Marriott, Albany, New York

Event: American Council of Engineering Companies-CFO Forum
Speaker: Michael Vardaro, Managing Partner
Date: January 30, 2017
Time: 12:00AM — 12:00AM
Location: Albany Marriott, Albany, New York

Zetlin & De Chiara Managing Partner Michael J. Vardaro, LEED AP, joined Patricia Harris, LEED AP, CEO and Founder of LicenseSure, to discuss “Multijurisdictional Practices: An Exploration of the Financial, Legal and Marketing Issues related to Providing Services through Multiple Entities” at the 2017 winter meeting of the New York Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies, CFO Forum.


The discussion addressed the practical implications of individual state laws and regulatory board rules that apply to firms providing professional services in multiple jurisdictions, in addition to the financial, marketing and branding issues that these firms face. Multijurisdictional practice challenges such as requirements for authorization that impact ownership, director and officer structures; signing, sealing and stamping drawings; creating cohesive branding  and marketing programs; and management of payroll and benefits were explored

Event: Commercial Observer: Pulse Healthcare Conference
Speaker: Michael Zetlin-Moderator
Date: November 10, 2016
Time: 08:00AM — 01:30PM
Location: CUNY Graduate Center, NYC

Strategies for Growth
Whether you are a large general contractor, a smaller sub, an engineer, an architect, or a facilities manager…you touch some part of a project. The presenters (from various size companies) will share their experiences working on a major healthcare facility in the area. From the overall design, to the inner work that keeps a facility functioning and everything in between, you will learn how their work has helped with growing business and overall customer satisfaction.

  • Moderator:  Michael S. Zetlin, Esq., Founding Partner, Zetlin & De Chiara LLP
  • William Allan MRICS, Vice President - Project Executive, Hunter Roberts      Construction Group
  • Anita Konfederak, Vice President, Merritt Engineering Consultants, PC
  • Donna J. Ryan-Rose, Assistant Vice President, Capital Projects, Physical Assets, Northwell Health

Event: ABA Forum on Construction Law
Speaker: Carol Patterson, Senior Partner
Date: November 04, 2016
Time: 08:00AM — 05:00PM
Location: Baruch College, 55 Lexington Avenue, NY

Fundamentals of Construction Law-Learning from the Pros is a comprehensive survey of construction law ideally suited for young and newly minted construction lawyers, experienced practioners who have the occassional contruction case or transaction, general counsel-as well as construction industry executives, project managers, designers, surety and insurance professionals. 

Event: Bisnow: NY Construction & Development
Speaker: Michael Vardaro-Moderator
Date: November 01, 2016
Time: 07:30AM — 11:00AM
Location: Espace, 635 West 42nd Street, NYC 10036

In a city where space is at a minimum and costs are at a premium, developing new space can often mean thinking outside of the box. Join innovative panelists as they talk about everything from virtual design and construction, to the strategies that are keeping office space competitive in the long run.  

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Fireside Chat
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM Design & Construction Trends
9:45 AM - 10:30 AM Financing & Development Outlook
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Post Game Networking

Event: The High Line Effect, CREW Network, Convention and Marketplace
Speaker: Jaime Nardiello-Moderator
Date: October 20, 2016
Time: 02:15PM — 03:15PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown

Jaimee Nardiello, Zetlin & De Chiara, is moderating a panel on the conversion of unused and abandoned spaces into new, usable concepts. The panelists will highlight strategies and the planning involved in the conversion, the impact on adjoining commercial real estate and provide a look to the future. 

Event: Society of American Registered Architects (SARA)
Speaker: Ray Mellon, Senior Partner
Date: October 05, 2016
Time: 09:00AM — 05:00PM
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona

Event: Anatomy of Construction Arbitration
Speaker: Jaimee Nardiello- Panelist
Date: September 12, 2016
Time: 09:00AM — 05:00PM
Location: Pines Manor, 2085 Lincoln Highway, Edison NJ

Covering: Pre-Arbitration Issues; Commencement of Arbitration; Preliminary Hearings; Hearings; Awards and Enforcements; Ethics.

Event: Social Public Private Partnerships - A New Tool for Real Estate Development
Speaker: Michael Likosky
Date: March 10, 2016
Time: 08:00AM — 10:00AM
Location: Club 101, 101 Park Avenue, NYC

Event: Transformative Projects Transformative Issues
Speaker: Daniel R. Garodnick
Date: June 18, 2015
Time: 08:00AM — 10:30AM
Location: Club 101 - 101, Park Avenue New York, NY 10178

Event: Building Brooklyn
Speaker: Eric L. Adams
Date: June 04, 2015
Time: 07:30AM — 11:00AM
Location: The Harvard Club, New York City

Event: 2017 Succession Planning & Transition Planning Forum:
Speaker: Zetlin & De Chiara
Date: November 30, -0001
Time: 12:00AM — 12:00AM
Location: Anchin Executive Conference Center