Step 1 of 5: Event Information

Assisting Low-Income Landlords in Unlawful Detainer Actions

Date:
9/26/2013
Time:
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Registration Closes:
8/8/2013
Please join ACBA Real Estate Section and ACBA Volunteer Legal Services Corporation for this follow-up training to the June 2012 training for VLSC volunteers. Registrants must have prior experience in unlawful detainers, or must be a current VLSC Low-Income Landlord Eviction Assistance Clinic volunteer to participate.

Topics will include: representing clients including filing, deposition, motions, discovery, obtaining a money judgment for damages and rent after default judgment, tips on collecting a money judgment after trial and default, adding damages, claims of right to possession, bankruptcy, abandoned personal property, and accounting for and returning the security deposit.

To Register:
Volunteers must commit to volunteering at the Low-Income Eviction Assistance Clinic at least six times in the next year. Register by submitting a completed MCLE Registration Form to Director of Access Programs Elizabeth Hom at elizabeth@acbanet.org or fax to 510-452-2224. Your registration must be confirmed to be considered valid. If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth at elizabeth@acbanet.org, or call 510-302-2216.

Register by submitting a completed MCLE Registration Form

Speakers:
Elizabeth A. Clark
9/25/2013 12:00 AM
Elizabeth Clark is a partner and chair of the Real Estate Practice Group. She brings extensive experience in real estate, land use, banking and commercial transactions for clients. She advises clients on all aspects of their commercial real estate portfolios. She has served as lender counsel for loans to public utilities, port authorities, universities, and shopping centers, as well as for foreclosure actions and work-outs. Ms. Clark has received commendations for her volunteer work establishing and serving as supervising attorney for the Low Income Eviction Project for Landlords. The Project was featured in Ms. Clark's Entrepreneur Profile in the San Francisco Business Times.
Clifford Fried
9/25/2013 12:00 AM
Clifford E. Fried has been practicing real estate and business law for over 25 years with a reputation for effective, high quality representation. Named one of the top real estate attorneys in Northern California by Law & Politics and San Francisco Magazines. Mr. Fried has established himself as a leader in the field of leasing, landlord tenant law and rent control. Mr. Fried's practice focuses on representing clients in trial and appellate courts, at mediations and arbitrations, and in hearings before various administrative agencies such as rent boards, planning and labor commissions. He represents both small-time property owners and large owners such as insurance companies and national REITs.
Jack W. Schwartz Jr
9/25/2013 12:00 AM
Jack W. Schwartz specializes in commercial and investment real estate transactions, real property lease negotiations, and real estate finance and entity formations. Mr. Schwartz represents commercial and investment property owners with acquiring, financing, leasing, managing and selling of their real property assets. He negotiates terms and conditions of, and drafts agreements for, purchase and sale of real property. He litigates real estate matters pertaining to real estate transactions, professional liability and errors and omissions proceedings, and commercial and residential unlawful detainer cases.