The law firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is pleased to announce partners Alex C. Intermill and David Pippen will be presenters for the Brownfields Resources and Partners Workshop – Building Better Communities sponsored by Ball State University.  The workshop takes place on Tuesday, August 27, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. ET at Ball State Indianapolis Center, 50 S. Meridian Street, in Indianapolis.
The workshop is designed to provide participants with information on brownfields, revitalization options and resources available in the community.
Intermill and Pippen’s presentation, “Insurance Recovery in Indiana,” is scheduled for 2:15 p.m. ET.  Their presentation will walk attendees through the process taken during insurance recoveries including determining insurance policy coverage for abandoned properties, strategies for obtaining assistance with recovering revitalization funds and additional steps required for successful recoveries.
Intermill is a partner with Bose McKinney & Evans’ Environmental Law, Hospitality and Alcoholic Beverage Law, and Governmental Services Groups. In his environmental law practice, he assists clients with state and federal environmental litigation, insurance recovery, administrative appeals, remediation and securing funds for environmental cleanup. Intermill also assists municipalities, including Pendleton, Indiana and Fortville, Indiana where he serves as town attorney, with various municipal issues such as annexation, police and fire department matters and disciplinary actions, historic preservation, economic development, zoning and land use, and utility matters.
Pippen is a partner and chairman of the Environmental Law Group of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP. The former general counsel and senior policy director for Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels also is a member of the firm’s Utilities Group. Pippen represents clients with legal issues related to environmental law, administrative law and general representation before state and federal agencies and is a registered lobbyist in Indiana. His utility practice is focused on energy and water issues.