Pandemic Eviction Protections


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Course Description

This program was recorded on February 19, 2021

The COVID-19 Pandemic has created the potential for a secondary, but no less disastrous, public health emergency - a nationwide eviction crisis. To address possible housing loss for millions of Americans unable to pay their rent due to Pandemic-caused financial hardship, federal, state, and local governments have taken protective measures. This course will cover several of these measures, primarily focusing on federal protections provided by the CDC's Eviction Moratorium, the CARES Act, and Presidential Executive Order. An overview of notable state and local protections will also be discussed, including laws in California and New York. Constitutional and other legal challenges to these various protections will be covered.

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Attorney Christa ConryChrista Conry
Christa Conry is an associate at Tobener Ravenscroft LLP a nationally recognized tenant rights law firm. Ms. Conry earned her Juris Doctor degree cum laude from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. During law school, Ms. Conry was the Managing Editor of the Hastings Women’s Law Journal and member of the nationally-ranked Mock Trial Team. She twice received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award and Witkin Award for Excellence. While completing her law degree, Ms. Conry focused on social justice issues, interning for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Equal Rights Advocates. She discovered her passion for tenant rights as a law clerk for the Tobener Ravenscroft starting in summer 2014. Christa was selected to the 2018 Northern California Rising Star list by Super Lawyers, an honor reserved for lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. Only 2.5% of attorneys in Northern California receive this distinction.

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Course Agenda

  1. CDC Eviction Moratorium - who it applies to, until when is it effective, and how to invoke its protections
  2. The CARES Act - limited protections that may still apply
  3. Biden Administration Executive Order - extending moratoriums and requesting financial rental relief to landlords and renters
  4. California Eviction Moratoriums - explicit carve-outs and local laws that go beyond eviction protection only for financial hardship
  5. New York Eviction Moratorium - like most covered during this session, no automatic protections
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