After the Fire – Helping Homeowners Pursue Construction Defect Claims

Fire victims who hired builders to rebuild their homes are not subject to the Right to Repair Act. Instead, their claims are based upon the common law, and require lawyers to be well-versed in contract, tort, and insurance law, as well as how a specific defect caused damage (which bears on insurance coverage and statute of limitations issues). Join David Berry for a one-hour presentation on important technical aspects of construction defect law.

David Berry WELTY, WEAVER, & CURRIE

David Berry is a fire victim rebuilding his home. He is also an accomplished trial lawyer whose

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Real Property Update 2019

James Beyers Beyers Costin Simon

Mr. Beyers has been a partner at Beyers Costin Simon since 1975. Well known for his expertise in real estate, land use and regulatory law, he has represented numerous commercial and residential developers, contractors and property owners throughout Northern California. His work includes property acquisitions, financing, construction and environmental compliance. With over four decades of experience, Mr. Beyers brings a high degree of pragmatism, creativity, and problem solving in representing his clients’ interests.

David Berry Abbey, Weitzenberg, Warren & Emery

Mr. Berry is an accomplished trial lawyer whose practice is largely focused

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Real Property and Trusts & Estates Crossover Issues

Notice the NEW LOCATION: Join us for an interactive discussion about issues to consider in planning and drafting estate plans that include real property assets, as well as the opportunities and potential challenges during probate or trust administrations.

Topics will include: ~ Estate planning considerations for clients with real property assets ~ Procedural concerns in real property transactions involving trusts & estates – trust administration vs. probate ~ Entity owned real property and estate planning ~ Subtrust allocations of real property ~ Exclusions from property tax reassessment ~ Estate planning for cannabis-related businesses and real property ~ MediCal planning to

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