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This program was recorded on February 19, 2020
Landlord-Tenant law is a tricky and nuanced focus area in any real estate attorney’s practice. This course will cover topics related to tenants' rights and responsibilities and potential claims and remedies against residential landlords. When applicable, examples may be based on specific cities, municipalities, and states. However, because this area of law is largely dependent on local, municipal, and state statutes and regulations, most references will be general. Initiating a suit or pursuing pre-litigation mediation, beating dispositive motions filed against your client, best practices for written discovery, deposition tips and tricks, reading and interpreting insurance policies for maximum coverage, and positioning the case for settlement will all be covered.