On Thursday, August 23rd the Bay County Chamber of Commerce and Price VanDyke Attorneys at Law will host an "Oil Spill Recovery" seminar from 2- 4:30 p.m. at the Bay County Chamber Boardroom located at 235 W. 5th Street.
The seminar will be presented by William Price, Attorney at Price VanDyke, and will discuss BP oil spill business claims, recovering economic losses, condominium and property claims and fishing industry claims. There will also be a question and answer session.
Space is limited, RSVP by August 16th. Cost to attend is $10 for Bay County Chamber Members and $15 for Future Members. Anyone interested in registering can call Elizabeth at 850.215.3761 or email Elizabeth@baychamberfl.com.
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