Sunday, April 12, 2015

April 14: San Francisco - Affirmative Lawsuits in Housing #MCLE

What affirmative remedies do tenants have when there are problems with the rental dwelling and/or the landlord? While cross-complaints are not permitted in eviction actions, there are a broad range of affirmative actions available to tenants, from repair-and-deduct to civil suit for breach of warranty of habitability, constructive eviction, and several other well-established causes of action. Other less drastic options for dealing with landlord/tenant problems also exist. These tenant remedies will be the subject of this training. Fred Feller received his law degree from Georgetown University and specializes in premises liability, landlord-tenant law, and insurance defense litigation.
Title:
Affirmative Lawsuits in Housing
When/Where:
April 14, 2015
5:30pm - 7:00pm
San Francisco Bar Association Board Room
301 Battery Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA
Speaker:
Presented by Fred Feller, Esq. – Buresh Kaplan Feller & Chang – www.bkjf.com
By:
AIDS Legal Referral Panel
MCLE Credits:
1.5 General CLE Credits
Cost:
Free to active ALRP Panel Attorneys and associates at partner pro bono law firms,
All active ALRP Panel Attorneys and associates at partner pro bono law firms are welcome to attend any of ALRP’s free MCLE trainings. Attorneys who are not currently members of the Panel are requested to join our Panel and accept two ALRP referrals in the next year. Pre-registration is required to attend.
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