Doing the Inevitable Right: Evictions Refresh
Presented by Greenberger & Brewer, LLP
Consider this an attorney's wish list of "I wish my clients knew and did ABC when engaging in this process"
Our goal as Multi-Family operators is provide people with great service and products, to provide people with a place they can call home. We are also operating a business and evictions are sometimes apart of that business. It is inevitable that at some point in your career you will encounter an eviction situation. This won't exactly be a how-to seminar, but rather a class to give you all the context, best business practices, and fair housing guidelines so that when you do bring in legal representation you have crossed all your T's and dotted all your I's.
- Evictions: A to Z, including how to anticipate/avoid common resident issues before ever filling any eviction
- The importance of proper notice in all evictions
- General review of the eviction process, including court, writs, set outs, and appeals.
- Dispelling some common landlord myths in evictions, including those commonplace in the industry
Jeffrey J. Greenberger, Attorney at Law is a Partner in the law firm of Katz, Greenberger & Norton LLP in Cincinnati, Ohio where he concentrates his practice in the areas of Commercial Real Estate and General Business, with a particular concentration on the representation of owners and operators of self-storage facilities, either through legal representation or consulting with owners and operators of self-storage facilities to design and implement legal procedures, policies and other operational issues in most states with a focus on litigation and liability reduction and/or avoidance. Jeffrey is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and received his law degree from the University of Dayton. Jeffrey's niche originated in Greater Cincinnati, his hometown, where he began helping developers, managers and operators of apartment buildings fourteen years ago. Over the last decade or so, his professional expertise developed in tandem with the rise of the self-storage industry across the United States.