The State Bar of California certifies attorneys as “specialists” in many different legal practice areas. Lawyers can be certified as a specialist in appellate law, bankruptcy law, family law, estate planning, workers’ compensation, and many other areas. However, there is no specialty certification for real estate law in California. The practice of real estate law covers a wide range of topics and issues — from financing considerations to ownership disputes to contract negotiations. Although technically not “specialists”, our boutique law firm focuses on real estate law matters in California, and our attorneys handle complex and diverse property issues — from all sides.
The beginning of the year has been tremendously busy for our firm. As a result, we have combined our January and February newsletter into one, to bring you lots of brand new resources, articles, blog posts, and more! In this edition, you can download our annual new laws e-book for 2017, and better understand all sides of the new real estate laws in 2017. Commercial landlords and tenants will learn about all sides of commercial leases by reading articles and blog posts from Ashlee D. Adkins and Simon Offord. And finally, Julia M. Wei sorts through the different sides of a partition action in her most recent article.
Highlights in this month’s issue:
—Download our free e-book about the new real estate and lending laws in California for 2017
—Learn about the benefits of different commercial lease types from Simon Offord
—Discover essential elements of partition actions from Julia M. Wei
—Hear the podcast of Simon Offord’s appearance on the Brian Copeland radio show
—Check out recent blog articles published by Simon Offord and Ashlee D. Adkins
—Catch up on updates from the firm, including jury trials, speaking engagements, board appointments, presentations, victories, and more!
We hope you enjoy reading the February edition of our newsletter!