The Philadelphia Bar Association Presents Marty Festenstein and the Legal Workplace
How does design influence the long term profitability and viability for the legal workplace of the future? Join Marty Festenstein, Principal and Legal Practice Group Co-Leader at NELSON, and Carol Huff, President of Real Estate Investment Strategies, Inc. for The Philadelphia Bar Association’s the “X, Y, Z’s of Real Estate Program Series” on Wednesday, April 22nd to find out. The discussion will detail the business factors that need to be identified in order to create a more flexible legal workplace for both today and the future.
Carol Huff, principal at Huff Equities, has spent more than 35 years in the commercial real estate business. During this time, she has saved her clients tens of millions of dollars in lease-related billings and prevented major problems from surfacing in the future once a lease is signed.
Marty Festenstein currently serves as a Principal and as the Co-Leader of the Legal Workplace Practice at NELSON, a global architecture, interior design, engineering, and consulting services firm with extensive experience servicing law firms of various needs. At NELSON, he drives creativity and strategy for clients on a national level, as he has done throughout his 28 year career, managing over 12 million square feet and over 350 legal workplace projects. As a result, Marty has gained a national reputation as a legal workplace “trusted advisor.”
His project experience includes renowned law firms across the country such as Greenberg Traurig, Jones Day, Foley & Lardner LLP, Thompson Hine LLP, Duane Morris LLP, Dechert LLP, and Seyfarth Shaw LLP. In addition, he has contributed toward numerous writings in Crain’s Chicago Business, Chicago Lawyer Magazine, Law Firm, Inc., and American Lawyer.
For more about The Legal Workplace of the Future, please contact Marty at MFestenstein@NELSONonline.com
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