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Landlord Representation Seminar
September 12 at 8:30 am
Please join Offit Kurman’s Landlord Representation Attorneys for a seminar discussing all aspects of D.C. landlord-tenant law including:
- Rent suits vs. Breach of Lease cases
- D.C.'s Late Fee Fairness Amendment Act
- D.C.’s new Eviction with Dignity Act
- Fair Housing
Offit Kurman’s D.C. Landlord Representation Attorneys are in D.C. Landlord-Tenant Court nearly every day and have the experience and knowledge to help make sure that you are doing everything right at your D.C. rental property.
ABOUT BILLY CANNON
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Billy Cannon is Chair of Offit Kurman's Landlord Representation Practice Group. He represents property owners and property management companies in the District of Columbia and Maryland in state and federal court litigation, mediations, and administrative agency hearings and also assists with leasing, transactions, and Fair Housing Act compliance. Mr. Cannon is certified in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Compliance (LIHTC) and represents many LIHTC properties and other affordable housing providers. Mr. Cannon handles TOPA compliance and litigation, as well as other litigation arising out of the purchase and sale of real property.
Mr. Cannon hosts a weekly video series, D.C. Property Management Minute which offers advice on common property management problems in D.C. and how to quickly solve them.
ABOUT MAZIN ELIAS
email@example.com | 240.507.1708
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.
Mr. Elias also maintains a general civil practice where he focuses on litigation and transaction matters. Mr. Elias represents various business owners, companies, and individuals regarding their various legal issues.