Date(s) - 29/04/2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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The COVID-19 pandemic has created a lot of legislation on every level of government relating to a landlord’s ability to collect rent and assert their rights. We will have a quick overview of potential concerns and considerations with the laws, regulations, resolutions, rules, and ordinances passed in the last two months. We will provide resources available by Kimball Tirey and St. John and how to access and understand them. We will also discuss legal implications of evictions during the pandemic and the practical abilities of moving forward with cases. After the short informational session, there will be a time for questions and answer.
Tracey Merrell is the Managing Attorney of Education for Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP working out of the Los Angeles office. She began her career representing banks in post foreclosure evictions throughout all 58 counties in California. As bank owned foreclosures slowed down, she transitioned into evictions for management companies and individual owners. She is experienced in all aspects of litigation, from the development of case strategy, through discovery, depositions, motion practice, and trials including bench and jury. She joined our office as a trial attorney and has extensive experience in court making hundreds of appearances a year since joining the firm. She has in depth knowledge of the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance. Ms. Merrell transitioned to the Education Department to further her goal of providing training and knowledge to both clients and staff.