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Stephen E. Friedberg, Member of the Real Estate Practice of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., is participating in a panel discussion at the Seventh Annual Provider Forum on Data Centers and Cloud Services Infrastructure. The event will be hosted by the Information Management Network (IMN) and is taking place on October 17-18 at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa, CA.

During his panel, Mr. Friedberg will discuss the key factors to consider when selecting a data center site, and how these factors have been evolving.

The Provider Forum on Data Centers & Cloud Services Infrastructure focuses on the critical business issues that face C-level executives at data center, colocation and Cloud service providers. The program addresses four key themes: Optimizing Business Models & Strategies for Growth, Expanding to New Service Offerings, Cost Reduction & Mitigation Strategies, and Cost-Effective Infrastructure Investment & Future-Proofing.

Mr. Friedberg’s practice involves the general practice of commercial real estate law, both nationally and locally, including complex leasing transactions; commercial building development, construction and redevelopment; sales, acquisitions, and financings of commercial properties; structuring and negotiating sale/leasebacks and public/private partnership incentives; and complex financial restructurings for developers and other property owners. He is also engaged in the interdisciplinary practice area defined by the intersection of real estate and communications law, which includes the development, leasing and financing of data centers and other telecommunications facilities.