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Ethical Issues in the Practice of Real Property Law 6.00 Credits

Ethical Issues in the Practice of Real Property Law (December 2016)

ON-DEMAND SEMINAR

Practicing real property law is not just negotiating contracts and drafting documents. There is a significant ethical component to the practice of real property law, especially when issues cross over into other practice areas. This on-demand CLE has a uniquely ethics-heavy focus and highlights techniques practitioners can use to address situations in which representation of your client raises ethics issues.

New Member Price*: $250.00

Original Program Date: Dec 16, 2016
Product Code: 17702-UMB

Credits:
3.00 Ethics
3.00 Law & Legal Procedure
  • List Price: $275.00
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Topics include:

  • Distressed home conveyance: Avoid pitfalls and traps under the Distressed Property Conveyance Act for investors and others looking to acquire homes in danger of foreclosure.
  • Family law/real property cross-over: What does it take to ensure that property is properly conveyed pursuant to family law adjudications?
  • Marijuana and ethics: What you need to know now.
  • Foreclosures and lockouts: a panel including lead plaintiffs' counsel assesses the impact of Washington Supreme Court's July 2016 opinion in Jordan v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, on Washington borrowers and lenders.
  • Judges panel: guidance from the bench on ethics issues in real property practice.

Program Co-Chairs:
Scott E. Hildebrand - Scott Hildebrand Attorney at Law PLLC, Seattle
Danielle Flatt - Dimension Law Group PLLC, Seattle
Rhys W. Hefta - K&L Gates LLP, Seattle


*New Member Pricing Eligibility: Members who have been admitted to practice in Washington for fewer than five years are eligible to receive new member pricing on select seminars. The New Member price will display when you login.

For accessibility or accommodation requests, or other questions, please email orders@wsba.org or call 206-733-5918.

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