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California's Eviction Moratorium: The Impact of COVID-19 on Landlord-Tenant Litigation

1h 2m

Created on May 07, 2020




In response to the global health crisis, authorities at all levels, including federal, state, and local governments, have imposed a myriad of emergency measures designed to provide rent and eviction relief. This program will cover eviction moratoriums, rent freeze orders, and changes to court operations impacting California landlords and tenants. We will also examine a sampling of the orders implemented by local jurisdictions including San Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Lastly, we will discuss practice pointers, alternative remedies, and theoretical considerations.

Presented by Lan Nguyen Fullerton and Stephanie Foster of Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners, P.C., a law firm located in San Francisco, CA specializing in landlord-tenant litigation and other real property disputes, this program will benefit practitioners in the areas of real property litigation and landlord-tenant law.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the current emergency orders/measures impacting California landlords and tenants
  2. Analyze how these emergency orders/measures will affect your client
  3. Discuss practice pointers and alternative remedies

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