A recent article published by the Boston Society of Architects points to Gifford et al. v. USGBC and asks whether it is time to “revisit” the “assumption” that a private regulatory body is best suited to supervise local green building policy.
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We take a look back at the five most important legal issues (plus a special bonus issue!) that we discussed during 2010 here at GRELJ before moving forward into what promises to be just as wild a ride for green design, construction, and real estate legal issues in 2011.
A number of green building trends that emerged in 2010 suggest that “LEEDigation” might not manifest itself as anticipated by industry commentators. GRELJ takes a look at four key reasons why.
A recent article from Australia suggests that Henry Gifford’s class action suit against USGBC has resonated not only domestically, but across global real estate markets as well.
Well look at this guy. The handsome devil at left is gbNYC founder and Jedi-in-chief Stephen Del Percio, and he’s got some predictions on green building in 2011.