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7th Annual Women in Leasing Law Symposium

Mark your calendars for three sessions on June 1, June 8, and June 10.

Real Property Law

What’s Up with Us!

On this month’s What’s Up With Us, we will discuss Salisbury v. City of Santa Monica, a 9th Cir. case which held the FHAA is not applicable to occupants of a property who don’t sign a lease and don’t pay rent, and the case Gil v. Winn Dixie, an 11th Cir. case which held websites are not places of public accommodation under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Real Property Law

Super Prepped with Tracy Childs

Free event! No MCLE. Meal prepping can be such a burden with our busy attorney schedules, but it is essential in making healthy food choices. Chef Tracy Childs will teach…

Real Property Law

Commercial Leasing Round Up: 7th Annual Women in Leasing Law Symposium

Earn 3 hours of MCLE! Join us for three virtual programs: June 1: Lease Work Outs in the Age of Covid June 8: Assignment/Subletting – Top Tips for Protecting Your Client’s Interests June 10: Commercial Lease Guaranties by Foreign Entities

Real Property Law

Commercial Leasing Round Up: 7th Annual Women in Leasing Law Symposium

Earn 3 hours of MCLE! Join us for three virtual programs: June 1: Lease Work Outs in the Age of Covid June 8: Assignment/Subletting – Top Tips for Protecting Your Client’s Interests June 10: Commercial Lease Guaranties by Foreign Entities Details, including registration info, will be made available soon!

Real Property Law

Webinar: Hands Off My (Public) Contract!

In public contracting, public entities must comply with bidding requirements in awarding contracts. Failure to strictly comply with requirements, including criteria stated in the bid solicitation, may allow a bidder that is not selected for contract award to “protest.”

Real Property Law

Webinar Replay: When Adversaries Are Friends

The world grows increasingly adversarial, but what happens in real estate litigation when adversaries are friends? Attorneys David Fu, Rinat Erlich, and Jose Mendoza frequently oppose each other in the real estate broker litigation space, and will address the benefits and challenges when frequently in opposition, with the underlying conclusion that cases settle faster and with less expense when opponents cooperate.

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