Throughout history, autumn has been associated with transition. Many beginnings and endings occur during the autumn season. As the weather begins to cool, fruits, vegetables, and grains become ripe for harvest. The end of summer brings the beginning of the school year; with it, new relationships, goals, and opportunities. As baseball season comes to a close, the football and basketball seasons get underway. Long, sunny days are replaced by shorter, colder days.
During these times of transition, autumn is commemorated with fellowship — celebrations of new and existing relationships. So in this month’s edition of our real estate law newsletter, we focus on the theme of fellowship — from enjoying a festive evening with guests during our firm’s annual Oktoberfest celebration, to sharing insights about the Bay Area real estate economy through blogs, webinars, and radio shows.
Highlights in this month’s issue:
–Relive the excitement of our firm’s annual Oktoberfest celebration through an interactive web feature
–Pre-register for our upcoming webinar about California landlord basics, presented by attorneys Henry Chuang and Ashlee D. Adkins
–Listen to the podcast from Simon Offord’s appearance on the Brian Copeland radio show
–Read the most recent blog article by Julia M. Wei about the potential impact that an upcoming marijuana ballot initiative could have on commercial leasing
–Learn about the newest member to our team, Lauren Hochleutner
–Catch up on recent updates from the firm, including speaking engagements, birthdays, leadership appointments, victories, and more
We hope you enjoy reading the autumn edition of our newsletter!