Sunday, July 5, 2015

July 16: San Francisco - Recent Developments in San Francisco Landlord/Tenant Law #MCLE

There have been numerous developments in the arena of landlord/tenant law both locally and on the state level aimed at curbing the rapid rate of rent increases and gentrification that has been occurring throughout the Bay Area. In this presentation, tenant attorney Daniel Wayne will address the new changes and those changes in the works that effect the residential housing market in San Francisco.
Key topics that will be covered include:
  • New rules governing tenant buyouts - amendment to SF Rent Ordinance, Sec. 37.9E, which went into effect 3/7/15
  • Developments with Ellis Act reform through the courts and at the legislative level
  • A "Monster in the Mission" ? - Supervisor Campos' attempts to curb new market rate development in the Mission District
  • New proposal from Supervisor Kim to limit rents on post-eviction units and "low fault" eviction
Title:
Recent Developments in San Francisco Landlord/Tenant Law
When/Where:
Thursday, July 16, 2015
11:30am - 1:00pm (PST)
First Republic Bank
1 Front Street
Conference room 8M
San Francisco, CA 94111
Lunch will be provided by First Republic Bank
Speaker:
Daniel Wayne is a San Francisco based attorney with a focus on tenant-side landlord/tenant law. He regularly represents Bay Area commercial and residential tenants in civil litigation matters, buy out negotiations, rent board proceedings and lease negotiations. www.wayne-law.com or follow his blog: http://brokeassstuart.com/blog/author/danielw/ where he regularly addresses issues faced by residential tenants.
He received the Outstanding Volunteer in Public Service award from the San Francisco Bar Association in 2012, 2013 and 2014. To learn more about Daniel's practice please visit his website:
Credit:
This Presentation May Qualify for .5 units of California Mandatory Continuing Legal Education.