Virtual Presentation

Date: January 26, 2021

Program: 12:00 – 1:15 p.m.

MCLE: 1 Hour

 

Join the Bar Association of San Francisco’s Ethics Committee for their January virtual meeting, where leadership will offer practical tips for navigating thorny and timely legal ethics issues. Earn CLE credit while hearing from several committee members about hot topics in today’s remote world.

 

The program will include an extended question and answer roundtable session where attendees can ask about any ethics issues.

 

Topics:

 

Sex and Money in the New Rules
Access to Justice and Fee-Sharing with Non-Lawyers
Mitigating Risk in Virtual Appearances
“Joint Representation” in Transactional Matters

 

Speakers:

 

Dianne Jackson-McLean, Goldfarb Lipman, Chair of Legal Ethics Committee
Joanna L. Storey, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Secretary of Legal Ethics Committee
Kendra Basner, O’Rielly & Roche LLP, Immediate Past Chair of Legal Ethics Committee
Al Boro, Boro Law Firm
Shawn McCall, Law Office of Shawn McCall

 

Moderator: Carl Chamberlin, UC Hastings Law, Adjunct Professor of Law, Vice-Chair of Legal Ethics Committee

 

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Virtual Presentation

Date:  January 12, 2021

Time:  5:00 p.m.

 

 

The Goldfarb & Lipman team will be participating in OC Community Housing Corporation’s Stepping Up College Awareness Program, which works to empower first-generation junior high- and high school-aged youth from low-income families. This panel will explore career exploration and professional development.

 

Speakers:

Rafael Yaquian

Erin C. Lapeyrolerie

Kim LeSon

Dave Kong

Hadiyah Henry

Continuing Legal Education
The Bar of San Francisco
Wednesday, October 14, 2020

 

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

MCLE Registration: 1:30 – 2:00 p.m.

MCLE Program: 2:00 –3:15 p.m.

 

Speakers:

 

• Carl W. Chamberlin, Adjunct Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings College of the Law
• Dianne Jackson McLean, Goldfarb & Lipman
• Joanna L. Storey, Hinshaw & Culbertson

 

All members of the California State Bar must heed the Rules of Professional Conduct as they represent clients through video conferences, Zoom depositions, online court hearings, and other remote means. Even as courts reopen and attorneys return to the office, remote representation and advocacy will continue to some degree due to their practicalities and efficiencies. This program addresses legal ethics as applied to remote representation, including duties of diligence and competence, matters to consider when advising clients and protecting their interests, ways to keep clients adequately informed and their confidences secure, and the impact of obligations to the court, opposing counsel, and unrepresented parties.

 

Topics include:

 

• Fulfilling duties of diligence and competence in remote representation
• Protecting client interests in remote hearings and depositions
• Keeping clients informed and information secure working from home
• Meeting obligations to court, opposing party and counsel

 

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San Diego Housing Federation Annual Conference and Pre-Conference Institutes 2020

October 5 – 9, 2020

Virtual Conference

 

“Construction in the Time of COVID”

October 5, 2020

12:45 – 2:15 p.m.

 

Speakers:

Isabel Brown, Partner, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

William DiCamillo, Partner, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Eve Stewart, Vice President of Real Estate Development, Satellite Affordable Housing Associates

Scott Smith, President, James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corp.

 

Construction has never been easy. And construction in the time of COVID is a brand new challenge filled with all sorts of uncertainties. With potential government-ordered shutdowns, and global supply chains in disarray, to real-world health and safety concerns for both residents and workers, how can a contractor possibly commit to an owner to finish on time and on budget and, in turn, how can a developer make the same promises to a funder? We don’t know either! But, we can guaranty your construction contract will need some serious review and consideration before work begins.

 

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WHEN: Friday, September 25, 12:45 – 2:00 p.m.

 

WHERE: NPH of Northern California 2020 Conference (virtual)

 

Race-neutrality in a racialized society such as the United States is a myth, including in the realm of affordable housing. To assume otherwise is to ignore the fact that intergenerational impacts of structural and cultural housing discrimination still exists. To ignore the intergenerational impacts of structural and cultural housing discrimination is to disregard the root of racial inequity in housing accessibility, undermining the potential success of housing equity policies. In this workshop, panelists will discuss the existence, or lack thereof, of race consciousness in rural and urban housing policies that shape their work. Speakers will address both the limitations and potential of creating and advancing race-conscious solutions.

 

Moderator: Erin Lapeyrolerie, Attorney, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

 

Panelists:

 

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Goldfarb & Lipman proudly continues our support of Housing California’s annual conference focused on creating a future California where no one is homeless and everyone can afford a safe, stable place to call home. Stop by our virtual booth during the 10:15 am, 2:15 pm exhibit hall breaks, or the 12:00pm lunch hour throughout the conference to discuss with attorneys from the firm the various ways our firm is helping public and private entities to develop safe and equitable housing in our state.

Goldfarb & Lipman attorney Barbara Kautz presents “Evolving State and Local Roles in Housing: Recent Legislation and Some Predictions for the Future” at Sonoma State University’s 36th Annual Planning Commissioners Conference, 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Sonoma State University Student Center, 1801 East Cotati Avenue, Rohnert Park.

“What You Need to Know about California’s New Fair Housing Laws (AB 686)” will be presented by Barbara Kautz at the Federal Reserve Bank, 101 Market Street, San Francisco, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Attorney Barbara Kautz will be presenting “State and Local Control: California’s Battle Over Housing” from 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. at UC Hastings, 200 McAllister Street, Alumni Reception Center, San Francisco.

SCANPH

October 24 – 25, 2019

 

“YEAR 15: CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES FOR LIHTC PROPERTIES”

October 25, 2019

Plaza I

10:00AM – 11:15AM

 

Panel: M David Kroot, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP; Kyle Arndt, Bocarsly Emden Cowan Esmail & Arndt LLP; David Grunwald, National Community Renaissance; Michael Massie, Jamboree Housing; Kathe Head, Keyser Martson Associates

 

Explore the process and learn the steps for preserving the estimated 1.5 million Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) properties reaching Year 15 by 2024 as they become eligible for market-rate conversions. Without action, valuable rental properties are at risk if they are re-positioned as market-rate housing, which will only exacerbate the current housing crisis. This workshop is designed for members of the affordable housing community to educate one another and help drive the future re-syndication of LIHTC properties and affordability.