On July 18, you’ll have the opportunity to get answers to your legal questions directly from prominent attorneys specializing in real estate and landlord-tenant law at our annual Legal Forum! There are some unique situations you encounter as a housing provider that even our robust series of legal seminars don’t cover. Every property, every tenant, and every circumstance is a little different. By attending the Legal Forum you’ll be able to make sure that your circumstance is addressed by our panel of experts.
Answers to specific situations require individualized legal advice. We encourage you to consult with an attorney before relying upon anything said during this public forum.
"It was really nice to hear from several different lawyers about my situation. After hearing the other questions that came up during the talk, I ended up learning a lot! With how much the laws are changing these days, I will definitely be coming back to this event next year."
Meet Your Panelists
Our panel features prominent attorneys who specialize in real estate and landlord-tenant law.
Holmquist + Gardiner
Rob has represented clients on a wide variety of transactional matters including residential real property purchases and sales, residential and commercial leases, business purchase and sales, and business entity formation. He has also represented clients in litigation involving construction issues, contractual disputes, property disputes, landlord-tenant actions and evictions. Through a team approach, clear communication, and trust, it is Rob’s goal to help clients resolve any dispute and then minimize the risk going forward.
Dimension Law Group
Synthia Melton is a co-founder and Managing Partner of Dimension Law Group. Synthia’s practice focuses on Commercial and Residential Real Estate, including Landlord-Tenant matters, and Business Law. Synthia works primarily with real estate investors and small business owners on matters involving complex transactional and litigation matters. She also serves as Vice President on the RHAWA Board of Directors.
Puckett + Redford
Ryan began his legal career guiding individual landlords through the unlawful detainer process and was a frequent volunteer with the tenant focused Housing Justice Project. Prior to joining Puckett and Redford, Ryan represented tenants through the Legal Action Center and was a Code Compliance Analyst enforcing Seattle’s various landlord-tenant ordinances for the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections. Ryan’s experience representing landlords, tenants, and enforcing various regulatory codes has provided him with a unique multi-angle perspective when analyzing landlord-tenant disputes.
Venue + Event Information
Location + Parking Info.
Frye Art Museum - 704 Terry Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104
For a map of parking garages, bus stops, and other ways to get to the Frye Art Museum please click here.
Reserve Your Spot
Seats to this event are limited and will be given on a “First in Time” basis. Be sure to sign in to receive the discounted member rate.
(Late Registration: $75 Member)
(Late Registration: $100 Non-Member)