Virtual Classroom: Core Law & Case Updates for Commercial Agents


November 4, 2022, 9:30 am to 12:45 pm




Phone: 614.225.6229


Virtual Classroom

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IMPORTANT: Please note the course has a new date and time.
Due to a last minute scheduling conflict, we have had to move this program to Friday, Nov. 4th from 9:30 am - 12:45 pm. We're sorry for the inconvenience. 

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In this core law course, commercial real estate attorney Mike Sikora will cover a variety of topics including updates on the Ohio Real Estate Commission's most current rules and regulations.  Attendees can expect to identify key issues and opportunities that impact the practice of commercial real estate, including:

  • Market Conditions and Effect on Legal Issues
  • Commission Disputes, Broker’s Liens, & Attorney Fee Recovery
  • Real Property Taxation Law Changes
  • Entity Transfers & their Future
  • Opportunity Zones
  • Brownfield Remediation Program
  • Demolition & Revitalization Program
  • Mixed-use Transformational Development Program
  • Historic Tax Credits

Register TODAY for this insightful program!

Instructor: Michael J. Sikora, III, Attorney at Law

Mike is a major advocate for real estate companies in cases, regulatory and legislative matters, and on deals.  He has appeared in most of the common pleas courts in Ohio, Federal Court in the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and The Ohio Supreme Court.  Mike previously worked for a real estate boutique law firm, a litigation boutique firm, and a statewide corporate defense firm.  Prior to attending law school, Mike worked for Andersen Consulting, Pizzuti Realty, and Buckeye Real Estate Property Management.  He is a licensed title insurance agent and real estate salesperson (inactive status).  His background in real estate and passion for litigation makes him well-suited to handle disputes and to structure deals for real estate companies.

Credit: This program is being certified for 3 hours of core law credit.  Per ODRE requirements, you must be present 90% of the program to receive credit.  Attendees must join the program with video and stay within view during the program to receive CE, as active participation will be monitored.  Your confirmation will contain instructions on joining the Zoom webinar.

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