38th Annual Real Property Law Section Spring Conference

Thursday, May 2, 2019 through Sunday, May 5, 2019

Hyatt Regency Newport Beach
1107 Jamboree Rd
Newport Beach, CA 92660

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Optional Classes and Meals

  • Civility Unintended Consequences of Scorched Earth, Attack Dogs Tactics
  • Advanced Planning Opportunities with 1031 Exchanges
  • Is Artificial Intelligence Taking Over the Practice of Real Estate?
  • Marriage Counseling: Sharing Income, Cohabitating and Monogamy in the Retail Space
  • The Places that Scare You! Mechanics Liens, Stop Notices and Litigation
  • When Adversaries are Friends (Qualifies for Legal Ethics Credit)
  • Roads, Streets and Highways as Boundary: Fee or Easement, Reversionary Rights and Allocation of Vacated Public Street Rights of Way
  • Barriers to Housing Production: Real and Perceived
  • Short Term Rentals: Surveying the Legal Landscape of AirBNB, VRBO and other online Rental Housing Platforms
  • Plenary with Plated Lunch - Women in the Profession
  • But I Only Had Two Beers! How Alcohol and Drugs Affect Your Body and the Laws That Govern (Qualifies for Competency Issues Credit)
  • Keys to a Successful Real Estate Purchase Transaction in Mexico
  • Workspace for Hire: Office Co-Working and Workspace as Service Leasing Issues
  • Measure of Damages against Real Estate Agents and are they true independent contractors
  • New Ethics Rules (Qualifies for Legal Ethics Credit)
  • Who Really Signed the Document? Liability Arising from Common E-Signature Practices
  • Reducing Land Use Conflicts through Collaborative Easements
  • The Wages of Subsidy: When are Prevailing Wages Required in Publicly Assisted Development Projects
  • PG&E Chapter 11: Burning Topics for Real Estate Lawyers
  • Ethics Rules: What Every Real Property Attorney Should Know (Qualifies for Legal Ethics Credit)
  • An In Depth Analysis of Section 1031 and its Many Myths
  • How to Keep your Ground Leases Well Grounded
  • Coastal Development Update
  • The Business of Law Workshop for Solo and Small Firms
  • 9th Annual Executives Roundtables
  • Attorney's Fees in Bankruptcy Cases Post Penrod: Expected and Unexpected
  • Common Interest Developments and Community Association 2019 Legislative Update
  • Plenary with plated lunch - "You Are More Than a Lawyer"
  • Professors Roundtable
  • Negotiating Title Insurance Coverage in the context of Real Life Transactions
  • Commercial Landlord Tenant Disputes: Avoiding Traps for the Unwary
  • The Rise of Autonomous Vehicles and Implications for Land Planning and Development
  • Green Leases: Regulatory and Contract Considerations for Commercial Cannabis Leases
  • Litigation under the Housing Accountability Act: Zen and the Art of Objective Standards
  • New Mandatory Disclosures Before Mediation and All the Key Confidentiality Issues (Qualifies for Legal Ethics Credit)
  • ADA Compliance in Existing Buildings
  • Effectively Litigating and Settling Wrongful Eviction Cases
  • Into the Land of OZ: Exploring Opportunity Zone Funding and Real Estate Investments in Low Income Communities
  • #MeToo Update: Where are we Now?
  • Let's Talk About Diversity: What Does it Mean Anyway? (Qualifies for Elimination of Bias Credit)
  • New Legislation Highlights for the Real Property Practitioner (Qualifies for Elimination of Bias Credit)
  • What Every Real Estate Attorney Needs to Know About Eminent Domain
  • Comparing the AIR and CAR Commercial Property Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Ensuring Compliance with Emerging Rent Control Laws
  • State of Seismic Retrofit in CA
  • The Ins and Outs of Tenant Letters of Credits in Acquisitions and Dispositions
  • The Final Transaction-When a Fiduciary Sells the Property
  • Thursday Welcome Reception (complimentary)
  • Friday Welcome Breakfast (complimentary)
  • Saturday Breakfast (complimentary)
  • Bourbon Tasting/Comedian - Josh Sneed
  • Newport Duff Boats/Dock and Dine
  • Dolphin/Whale Watching
  • Ticket Options

  • Current RPLS Section Members $750.00
  • Non-Section Member* $950.00
  • New Attorneys $375.00
  • In House Counsel/ Government/Professor $375.00
  • Law Student $100.00
  • Friday Only $325.00
  • Saturday Only $325.00
  • Sunday Only $175.00

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