BAWB Monthly Meeting - Thursday November 21st 2019
6:30 Pm Networking Begins- Come Early if you can
7:00 Pm Formal Meeting starts and ends 9:30 Pm
A Powerful (2) Two Part program you do not want to miss
Back to the Future!
Know your Rights as a Secured / Unsecured Creditor when the
Impending Recession happens.
Attorney Spencer Scheer ESQ
The Scheer Law Group, LLP
A Few Questions;
Q-Have you ever loaned or are thinking of loaning someone money?
Q-Have you ever invested in Notes or other Receivables?(or thinking)
Q-Do you have any long term leases with Tenants?
Q-I have someone who owes me but isn't paying- what can I do?
If any of the above apply;
you MUST not miss this meeting
What You Will Learn:
- Continued Economic Boom or Pending Recession?
- Significant Recent Legislation that will Impact Creditors in CA
- Is your Loan a Business Purpose or Consumer Loan? You Better Know the Difference!
- How Bankruptcy can Impacts your rights as a Creditor with Default Remedies
- Recent Foreclosure Case Developments- How does it affect secured and unsecured creditors
And So Much More...
About Spencer Scheer:
Mr. Scheer is a principal of SLG. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts (B.A., cum laude, 1980), and earned his Juris Doctor Degree from Empire College of Law (1983). After clerking for Alan Jaroslovsky ( Bankruptcy Judge, N Dist of CA), Mr. Scheer worked as Bankruptcy Administrator and In-House counsel for World Savings and Loan Association, a Fortune 500 Company. Mr. Scheer then went on to work for the AV rated Firm of Polk, Scheer & Prober from 1984-2002, becoming a shareholder and Managing Principal in 1993.
Mr. Scheer has received an AV (highest rating) from Martindale-Hubbell and received a designation as a Northern California “Super Lawyer” by the Thomson Reuters group. He is an effective and successful litigator and has handled over 200 jury and non-jury trials in State and Federal courts, focusing on creditor and real estate litigation matters. Mr. Scheer has a reputation as an attorney who provides superior client service and who gets things done. Mr. Scheer has a diverse legal background that allows him to represent and advise SLG lender, mortgage broker, business and investor clients on a wide variety of legal matters, including: consumer and commercial creditor bankruptcy litigation, real estate litigation, note and trust deed review and litigation, including lender foreclosure defense claims, TILA rescission claims, commercial and consumer lease review, general contract review and litigation, landlord tenant litigation, title insurance litigation, real estate transaction and lender and broker liability matters.
In 2005, Mr. Scheer spearheaded the cooperative efforts of a regional bank, title companies and TIC counsel, resulting in the release of the first known institutional retail Tenant in Common loan program in the State of California
Understanding California’s New
Statewide Rent and Eviction Control Law
If you are a Landlord in the "Golden State" you've no doubt heard that how you deal with your tenants and rentals has come under attack. Last year, California voters decisively rejected a statewide ballot initiative that would have expanded rent control statewide, however with AB 1482 Sacramento has gone against the will of the people and feels it knows best. California now joins Oregon as the only places that CAP Rent increases Statewide. This Law takes effect Jan. 1st, 2020 and you need to be aware of its implications.
This Discussion will cover:
- Who is covered by the new law?
- What are the limits on rent increases under the new law?
- What are the just causes for eviction under the new law?
- What are some of the Best practices for landlords
- Is the New Law Retroactive? (Yes you will be surprised)
About Our Speaker:
Steve Edrington, President of Edrington and Associates, specializes in expert witness testimony for wrongful eviction, warranty of habitability, standard of care, and damages. In addition, he consults on code enforcement, illegal units, notices of violation, condo conversions, and accessory dwelling units. He has over 25 years of experience as a landlord, property manager, real estate broker, and developer, and formerly served as a lobbyist and Executive Director for the Rental Housing Association of Northern Alameda County (RHANAC), now EBRHA.