2022 Legal Forum
Hear attorneys discuss your questions.
Now that the COVID moratoriums are finally over, we have woken up to a new and puzzling reality. Conflicting state and local laws changed everything from lease renewals to rent payment enforcement. Contradictory and unclear language make it difficult to predict how case law will unfold over the coming years. This is your chance to hear three attorneys, currently practicing landlord-tenant, real estate and business law across Washington, discuss your most difficult questions. Experienced property management professional and housing provider rights advocate, Cory Brewer will moderate questions and lead the discussion.
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Cory Brewer | Cory Brewer, Lori Gill & Associates | Windermere Property Management
Cory Brewer is the VP of Residential Operations at Windermere Property Management / Lori Gill & Associates. His career as a real estate professional in the Greater Seattle Area dates back to 2003. In his role at WPM/LGA, his primary responsibilities include training, legal compliance, and conflict resolution for a brokerage representing over 1,500 rental houses and condos throughout King & Snohomish Counties. He is also a member of the RHAWA Board of Directors, and the NARPM State & Local Government Affairs Committee
Christopher Cutting | Attorney, Cutting Law Office & Owner, LT Services, RHAWA Vice President
Christopher is known as a tireless advocate for housing providers. He has been practicing residential and commercial landlord-tenant law, judgment enforcement, and appeals since 2009. Christopher currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Rental Housing Association of Washington, is the 2021 Vice President of the organization, and is the Co-Chairman of their Legislative Committee. He is a frequent presenter at legal education courses hosted by state and local bar associations and private groups and is a licensed clock hours instructor for Washington Real Estate Brokers. Christopher has also been the author or co-author of housing provider's official responses to several legal and legislative actions.
Julie Martiniello | Attorney, Dimension Law Group PLLC
Julie Martiniello has focused her practice primarily on trusts & estates, real estate, and business transactions for the past 11 years. She has paid particular consideration to property investors due to her own personal experiences and her knowledge of the financial landscape of real estate. Julie is passionate about helping her clients plan for the future and building a legacy by guiding them with proper business formation and maintenance, succession planning, and comprehensive estate planning. Julie takes a global approach with each client to ensure that every part of their legal and financial life are geared for the future.
Eric M. Steven | Attorney, Steven Law Office
Eric M. Steven is the principal attorney at Steven Law Office in Spokane with a practice emphasis in the area of landlord-tenant relations and housing. He regularly handles cases brought or opposed by tenant advocacy groups, and is acting counsel for numerous property owners, landlords, management companies, mobile home parks, subsidized housing providers, and the Spokane Housing Authority. He is active in legislative reform and frequently lectures to attorneys, property managers, law enforcement, and owners at continuing legal education programs. In 2021 Mr. Steven was awarded as a "Friend of Fair Housing" by the Northwest Fair Housing Alliance.
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