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Johanna Schneider Named Co-Chair of REBA’s Litigation Section

11/14/2019

Johanna W. Schneider has been elected Co-Chair of Litigation Section for The Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA). Beginning January 1, 2020, Johanna will serve alongside Co-Chair Daniel P. Dain. The Litigation Section is open to all civil litigators who represent clients in disputes involving real estate in the state and federal courts. The section hosts regular luncheon meetings for speakers to present matters of interest to the members, including recent trial or appellate decisions and ways in which to maintain and improve the members’ professionalism, ethics, civility and advocacy skills.

Johanna has more than 20 years of experience advising public and private clients on real estate development projects and litigation. She counsels clients on real estate development and permitting as well as land use and environmental disputes. Working on complex real estate development projects, Johanna guides owners, developers and other entities through local, state and federal permitting processes. Johanna has also successfully represented clients in all stages of litigation, including mediations and appeals. She is active in industry associations and serves on her town’s Zoning Board of Appeals. Prior to practicing law, Johanna was a consultant to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

See Johanna's full profile: Johanna W. Schneider

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