Land Use Issues for Foreign Missions and International Organizations

Holland & Knight Presentation
February 18, 2010
Holland & Knight
2099 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 100
Washington, DC

Land Use Issues for Foreign Missions and International Organizations

There are more than 175 embassies and a number of international organizations in the District of Columbia needing adequate and secure facilities to conduct their operations. This seminar will cover the latest land use, legal and regulatory issues affecting the purchase, sale, lease, development, renovation and use of real property by foreign missions and international organizations in the District. This session is intended for representatives of foreign missions and international organizations, as well as brokers, builders, developers, architects and other professionals who work with these entities.

Foreign Missions

Richard Massey  | Office Director, Property, Tax, Services and Benefits, Office of Foreign Missions, U.S. Department of State

Christopher Collins  | Partner, Holland & Knight

International Organizations

Joan Powers  | Former Assistant General Counsel, International Monetary Fund

Christy Shiker  | Partner, Holland & Knight


Whayne Quin  | Partner, Holland & Knight


8:15 - 8:30 a.m. | Registration and Breakfast
8:30 - 9:30 a.m. | Program

The D.C. Land Use Group is pleased to continue our Informational Breakfast Series featuring attorneys from our land use, transactional, environmental and construction law practices in frank and informal discussions on the latest news, trends and challenges affecting land use and development in the District of Columbia.

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