Rapidly Developing Changes in Real Estate Litigation (April 2017) [17707-MP3 / 17707-FSV]

Rapidly Developing Changes in Real Estate Litigation (April 2017) [17707-MP3 / 17707-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: April 7, 2017
Duration: 5 hours, 19 minutes
Credits: Law & Legal Procedure: 5.25
 
List Price:$199.00
Qty:  
 
Purchase Agreement
 
New Member Pricing Available
Members who have been admitted to practice in Washington for fewer than five years are eligible to receive new member pricing on select seminars.

Standard Price: $199.00 | New Member Price: $49.00
*Note: The store will automatically discount your purchase when you login and proceed to checkout.

This program was a live seminar and webcast presented on April 7, 2017, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

Litigation involving real estate is continually changing and evolving. This CLE covers emerging issues involving construction disputes, landlord tenant issues, creditors’ rights and more and will highlight the techniques practitioners can use to assist their clients to successfully prosecute and defend litigation involving real estate.

Program Co-Chairs:
Rhys W. Hefta - K&L Gates LLP, Seattle
Scott E. Hildebrand - Scott Hildebrand Attorney at Law PLLC, Sammamish
Danielle Flatt - Dimension Law Group PLLC, Renton
Annette Fitzsimmons – Attorney at Law, University Place

Full program agenda and faculty
(Requires the latest version of Adobe Reader to view.)

Coursebook contains 190 pages.


New to WSBA Recorded Seminars? Find more information on our recorded seminar offerings here.

If you have questions please call WSBA Order Fulfillment at 206-733-5918 or email orders@wsba.org
.


By purchasing and using this WSBA-CLE electronic information product, you agree that its contents will be used by the original purchaser only. Duplication of the electronic information, installation on a computer network, electronic redistribution of the content, or otherwise sharing the electronic information is expressly prohibited.