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Part Two of Living in a Post COVID-19 World: Navigating Implications on Commercial & Residential Real Estate Laws in Light of the Pandemic
June 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
Join the House of Lebanon and AALASC for this 60-minute webinar presented by attorneys Rudy Salo and Vanessa Haddad as they discuss the legal and economic implications of COVID-19 by exploring both its current and future impact on landlords and tenants, development and county infrastructure.
Other effects of COVID-19 are the impact on cities, public transportation, commuting and development. With the work from home movement being the norm for the past few months, what will residential and commercial development look like in the future?
- the work from home movement.
- what will residential and commercial development look like in the future?
- Senate Bill 939 – which prohibits evictions of tenants of commercial real estate during the current state of emergency related to COVID-19·
- Assembly Bill 828- which would provide a temporary moratorium on foreclosures and unlawful detainer actions on residential real property.
Meet the Panelists
Vanessa Haddad, Esq.
Attorney at Law
Vanessa is a graduate of USC and Pepperdine Law. As a broker at CBRE, she focuses on advising clients in the disposition and acquisition of retail properties throughout Southern California. Her “relentless persistence” motto stems from her training and background in real estate law. Vanessa’s success derives from leveraging her in-depth understanding of the capital markets and has built her reputation on the core values of trust, transparency and integrity.
Rudy Salo, Esq.
Attorney at Law
Rudy S. Salo is an infrastructure finance attorney at Nixon Peabody LLP and a public speaker/writer. As an attorney, Rudy advises governmental entities and financial institutions on financing transportation systems and other infrastructure throughout the United States. Rudy is well-versed in both the financial and policy spheres of the transportation industry, and he passionately advocates for a critical rethinking of our infrastructure to accommodate the advanced transportation technology.
Rudy graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center and from UCLA magna cum laude in Political Science. Rudy has been a Transportation Contributor to Forbes.com since September 2019 and has spoken about his perspectives on infrastructure, development and the prospects of future modes of transportation at numerous conferences and on several dozen podcast episodes, including Good Is In The Details, Bond Buyer, Wisco Weekly and Mobility Revolution.