The John Marshall Law School presents “Real Estate Investing in India: Opportunities and Challenges”

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Risks and benefits that come with purchasing real estate in India is the topic of an April 4, 2012, lecture at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Guests Shahrookh Cambata, Scott Eisenberg and Marc J. Strauss will speak at the event.

Investments have grown as the expanding real estate markets in the U.S. and Western Europe have caused investors to consider developing markets for better opportunities.

Risks and benefits that come with purchasing real estate in India is the topic of an April 4, 2012, lecture at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Guests Shahrookh Cambata, Scott Eisenberg and Marc J. Strauss will speak at the event.

The Center for Real Estate Law at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago will present the lecture “Real Estate Investing in India: Opportunities and Challenges” on April 4, 2012.

The free program, from 8:30 to 11 a.m., looks at the interest in real estate in India. Investments have grown as the expanding real estate markets in the U.S. and Western Europe have caused investors to consider developing markets for better opportunities. Speakers for “Real Estate Investing in India: Opportunities and Challenges” will discuss the risks and benefits of investing in India. Real Estate sales there have thrived since 2005 because the Indian government strengthened its protection of foreign ownership.

The lecture will feature three experts: Shahrookh Cambata, managing member and CEO of Greaves Travel; Scott Eisenberg, attorney and real estate entrepreneur for Lakeshore Investment Development; and Marc J. Strauss, general counsel for First Rockford Group.

Registrations are requested and are being accepted at http://www.events.jmls.edu/re-india. Attorneys can earn two hours of CLE for this program.

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