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Residential Landlord-Tenant Practice

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  • Product Number: 2190051WBA
  • Publication Date: 10/9/2018
  • Length: 3 Hours CLE Credit Note
  • Copyright: © 2018 MCLE, Inc.
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    Your advice to clients depends upon your knowledge of the basics and new developments, as well as the all-important element in any housing law case—judicial discretion. This landlord-tenant law program is a must if you practice, or would like to practice, in this area. Hear the panelists explain how to handle the majority of landlord-tenant cases. The basics are covered in a way that attorneys new to the area can easily understand. Much of this practice area can only be learned from the "battlefield"—not from books—because practice and procedure varies by court and much of the law is contained in hard-to-find opinions throughout the state. Experienced panelists from across the Commonwealth share their secrets, strategies, and traps for the unwary. Hear valuable insights about the best way to present your client’s claims in court. Bring your questions to customize the discussion.

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    Catherine F. Downing, Esq., Downing/Van Dyke, Boston

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    Edward Rice, Esq., Malden
    Hon. Timothy F. Sullivan, Eastern Housing Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston