June 18, 2020
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Please join Offit Kurman Landlord Representation Attorneys Alyssa Davies, Mazin Elias, Crystal Kramer and W. Martin Williams for a free webinar.
An in-depth webinar focused on the new Virginia legislative updates that impact landlords and property managers.
Many new laws that directly impact Virginia landlords and their business operations go into effect on July 1, 2020. This is a must-attend event for landlords and property managers in Virginia.
Topics will include:
- Emergency legislation in response to COVID-19;
- New protected classes;
- New requirements for notices to terminate;
- Tenants’ ability to seek expungement of eviction records;
- Tenant’s remedies for landlord’s unlawful exclusion.
ABOUT ALYSSA DAVIES
Alyssa Davies is an attorney in the Commercial Litigation Practice Group. Alyssa maintains a general civil practice where she handles a wide variety of litigation matters. Alyssa is involved in the firm’s estates and trust litigation representing individuals, families, guardians, nonprofit entities, and corporate fiduciaries, concerning will and trust contests, insurance beneficiaries, estate, probate, guardianship disputes, and complex business issues.
ABOUT MAZIN ELIAS
Mr. Elias is a member of Offit Kurman’s landlord representation group, where he represents numerous commercial and residential property owners, management companies, and Landlords. He is well versed in both commercial and residential real estate law and is known as an authoritative voice on the Virginia Residential Landlord Tenant Act.
ABOUT CRYSTAL KRAMER
Crystal Kramer's practice is focused on the representation of landlords and property managers of residential and commercial real estate in Virginia. This representation includes Fair Housing disputes and all litigation associated with lease disputes, including breach of lease, unlawful detainer actions, and tenant’s assertion actions. She also provides broader legal advice to her clients on their compliance with various laws, drafts company policies and procedures, reviews and drafts lease agreements, negotiates and drafts settlement agreements, among other general counsel-type tasks. She also devotes a considerable amount of her practice counseling businessowners on civil disputes and representing them in court on various litigation matters.
ABOUT W. MARTIN WILLIAMS
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W. Martin Williams represents clients in a variety of litigation matters, including real estate disputes, landlord-tenant claims, fair-housing investigations, and debtor/creditor litigation. He assists clients throughout the litigation process, from pre-filing advice through settlement negotiations and trial.