2016 WEBINAR SCHEDULE
Featured topics include the new amendments to IRS Low Income Housing Credit Compliance-Monitoring Regulations and new Revenue Procedure 2016-15, which clarify and revise rules for physical inspections and low-income certification review.
Originally Recorded April 21, 2016 | 1:00 PM (EST)
This one-hour live webinar will discuss how multifamily property owners, managers, and developers can install “green roofs” to help improve water run-off, air quality, and residents’ well-being; enhance the overall value of their properties; and comply with new and ever-stricter “green” requirements that cities across the country are mandating. While local governments and utilities often offer generous incentives for installing green roofs, some cities are now requiring building owners to meet green roofing standards—or be fined.
Avoiding Fair Housing Liability When Screening Tenants for Criminal History
This one-hour webinar will focus on the implications, under the Fair Housing Act, of screening applicants and tenants for criminal backgrounds, and in using an individual’s criminal history in making rental, lease renewal, and other housing decisions, particularly in light of the newly released HUD guidance on discrimination liability..
LIVE EVENT- New York Lunch and Learn Program. How to Deal with Illegal Short-Term Rentals: What NYC Property Owners and Managers Need to Know!
This two-hour “Lunch and Learn” program will feature a presentation by New York City’s leading landlord/tenant attorneys who will address the legal and practical issues presented by illegal short-term rentals in New York City, including those facilitated by Airbnb and other third-party services. The presentation will cover the issues presented in rental, coops, condos and affordable housing properties. This is an invitation-only event limited to 50 attendees.
Commercial Leasing Law: Emerging Issues in Drafting Retail Leases: Radius Restrictions & Co-Tenancies
Commercial Leasing Law: Premises Liability & Allocation of Risk