Please join BWB&O’s Newport Beach Partner Rachel Mihai, including industry peers Pete Fowler and Mikala Glaza of Pete Fowler Construction, and Eve Brackmann of Stuart Kane, LLP during a FREE webinar on Wednesday, April 27th at 10:00 am PST.
Landlord-tenant disputes related to building failures might pop up in the middle of a leasing period, but more commonly allegations crop up at the end of a lease. Claims of deferred maintenance required by the terms of the lease, or “improvements” that the tenants have made during the lease term that will cause significant costs to be incurred by the owner to prepare the building for a new tenant.
Step One: Examine the Claim
Step Two: Choose a Method
Step Three: Property Condition Assessment
Step Four: Estimate Analysis
Step Five: Put it All Together
This program outlines 5 steps to investigate and evaluate claims resulting from landlord-tenant disputes. Similar to how the scientific method drives thoughtful and unbiased research, our construction claims analysis method can be applied to a variety of claims. The panel hopes to provide professional insight into the nuances of landlord-tenant-based claims, especially when emotions run high and lead to litigation.
To register for the for the webinar, sign up HERE.
This course is approved for 1.0 continuing education credit hour with the State Bar of Texas, Florida, Nevada, and California, as well as with the California Department of Insurance.