Wendel Rosen’s experienced attorneys share learnings and strategies for legal success.
Untangling the COVID Mess and New Employer Challenges in 2022
Employers face new laws in 2022, including COVID-related regulations. Join Wendel Rosen employment law partners Tammy Brown and David Goldman for an overview of what’s new, what’s changed and what employers need to know.
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What’s Mine May Be Yours: An Introduction to Involuntary Real Property Transfers
While many know about the fundamentals of property ownership and willing transfers of property, few know the extent to which property transfers can happen without an owner’s express consent.
In a webinar led by Wendel Rosen Partners Mark Epstein and Robin Thornton, the experienced attorneys provided an introduction to different types of involuntary property transfers, including adverse possession, prescriptive and equitable easements, eminent domain, and foreclosures. The presenters also discussed valuation and title issues related to such property transfers.
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Streamlined Housing Approval with SB 35, SB 330 and New-Pro Housing Legislation
Partners Patricia Curtin, Amara Morrison and Todd Williams discuss recently adopted laws SB 35 and SB 330 that provide for expediting processing and approval of qualifying housing projects. In addition, they review recent court cases interpreting SB 35, the Housing Accountability Act and provide an update on new pro-housing legislation signed by Governor Newsom, including SB 9 and SB 10.
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