Attorney Phil Pires to Present at NBI’s Advanced Boundary and Easement Issues Webinar

10.28.2022 | 11:00 am - 6:00 pm (Eastern Time)

On October 28, 2022, Attorney Phil Pires will be speaking at a NBI’s webinar entitled: Advanced Boundary and Easement Issues: Handle Complex Boundary and Easement Matters With Confidence. This live webinar is designed for attorneys, surveyors, title insurance professionals, real estate professionals, and paralegals to ensure you are representing your clients to the best of your ability - by taking your boundary and easement knowledge to the next level. The seven-hour seminar will help you to achieve the following:

  • Cure boundary and easement-related title defects before they derail your clients' real property transactions.
  • Learn how to review land surveys like the experts.
  • Confidently resolve boundary disputes concerning ambiguous land surveys and legal descriptions.
  • Handle complicated easement interference claims involving blocking ingress, constructing unauthorized improvements, and more.
  • Gain insight on resolving disputes over water access easements, conservation easements, and other unique easement types.

DATE:                   Friday, October 28, 2022

TIME:                   11:00 am – 6:00 pm (Eastern Time)

PLACE:                 Webinar

REGISTER:         Click here to register


Philip C. Pires is a principal in the law firm of Cohen and Wolf, P.C. A persuasive and successful litigator, Attorney Pires has handled a variety of litigation matters, including complex commercial disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, partnership and shareholder disputes, adverse possession claims, prescriptive easement claims, quiet title actions, landlord/tenant cases, and collection actions. He frequently appears in the Connecticut Probate Court system representing beneficiaries, fiduciaries, and creditors in a variety of probate litigation matters.

In addition to litigation, Attorney Pires practices in the municipal and land use & zoning arena, regularly appearing before planning and zoning commissions, inland wetlands commissions, zoning boards of appeals, the Connecticut Siting Council, and other administrative agencies, advocating for applicants, developers, property owners, and neighborhood groups. He also regularly counsels municipalities and property owners in commercial and residential property tax appeals. As a former member of his hometown's governing board, Attorney Pires's firsthand knowledge of the inner workings of town administration offers valuable insight to his clients. He earned his B.A. degree from Haverford College and his J.D. degree, with honors, from the University of Connecticut School of Law.


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