Guevara To Moderate ICR Education Event
Taft partner David Guevara, Ph.D., will moderate the 2023 Indiana Construction Roundtable (ICR) May Education Event on May 11 at Indiana Landmarks. The event will provide insight on how developers are transitioning old buildings and reusing older sites to create new opportunities. It will also be a unique opportunity to learn specifically about two former industrial sites in downtown Indianapolis that are being converted into new developments.
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Guevara concentrates his practice in complex environmental, litigation and insurance law matters. He is chair of the firm's Brownfield and Site Development practice area. Guevara’s legal publications include two books: Environmental Liability and Insurance Recovery (ABA Publishing 2012), and The Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser Defense (ABA Publishing 2013 and 2022 (Second Edition)). He is also the author of “The Application and Regulation of Institutional Controls in Indiana” in Implementing Institutional Controls at Brownfields and Other Contaminated Sites (ABA Publishing 2012). Guevara’s clients include corporations, municipalities, real estate development firms and individuals each of whom are exposed to some form of, or seek to avoid, legal liability. When Guevara’s clients are exposed to legal liability, he also assists in the recovery of insurance to offset the costs of such legal liability. In addition, a substantial part of Guevara’s practice includes counseling businesses, real estate development firms, municipalities, redevelopment commissions, financial institutions and individuals in the acquisition, disposition and redevelopment of environmentally-contaminated properties. He also provides economic development and public-finance representation to clients involved in the development of environmentally-impaired real estate.
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