Other OppOrtunities NONPROFIT ORG. -Real Estate Professional Sterling Education • Fundamentals of Workers’ Compensation -Real Estate Consultant Commercial U.S. POSTAGE Services, Inc. -Property Manager -Managing Partner PAID Philadelphia, PA – April 14, 2009 Please route to: • Employment Law Update & Residential -Owner Philadelphia, PA – June 24, 2009 Commercial & Residential Evictions Check our website or call us for more info! Seminar Manual reference Materials Audio Recording Evictions IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE CIRCULATE The faculty has prepared a substantial This seminar will be recorded, so if reference work to accompany its you cannot attend, or if you want to presentation. This manual will serve apply for home study credit (where as a valuable tool for future reference. You will receive the manual upon available), you can order the audio recording and/or a reference manual Wilmington May 19, 2009 checking in at the seminar site. Its price from this program. Please use the Wilmington - May 19, 2009 is included in the registration fee. registration form to order. Presented by: sterling BOOkstOre Lacy E. Holly, III To order one or more of these audio recordings and manuals from previous Sterling - Lacy E. Holly, III, P.A. seminars in Delaware, please mark your selections below, cut out or copy the form and Gary F. Seitz mail to us with payment, or call us at 715-855-0498 and charge to your credit card. - Rawle & Henderson LLP DRAFTING & ENFORCING COMMERCIAL LEASES: Significant Drafting Issues Richard H. Cross, Jr. Specific to Commercial Leases; Lease defaults; Drafting commercial lease provisions; - Cross & Simon, LLC Third party issues; Protecting the landlord; Landlord Options; Tenant Defenses; and Tenant or Landlord File Bankruptcy Melissa L. Rhoads PRESENTERS: John H. Newcomer, Jr. with Morris James LLP; Lacy E. Holly III with - Tighe & Cottrell, P.A. Lacy E. Holly III, P.A.; Melissa L. Rhoads with Tighe & Cottrell, P.A.; and Michael Michael P. Resavage Busenkell with Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, PLLC Seminar #8DE12385 rAudio & Manual Set $155 rAudio only $95 rManual only $75 - Michael P. Morton, P.A. (See complete biographies inside) COMMERCIAL LANDLORD-TENANT LAW: Lease Provisions and Issues – Planning Ahead to Avoid Problems; Landlord and Tenant Obligations; The Eviction and Judicial Process; When Tenant or Landlord Files Bankruptcy; and Ethical Considerations PRESENTERS: William P. Brady with Woloshin, Lynch, Natalie & Gagne, P.A.; Michael Busenkell with Eckert Seamens Cherin & Mellott, LLC; Marc S. Casarino with White and $30 Williams LLP; and Richard A. Barkasy with Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP Seminar #8DE04151 rAudio & Manual Set $155 rAudio only $95 rManual only $75 Discount if registered by REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT IN DELAWARE: Intros and Overview; Due Diligence Issues; Acquiring the Property; Development Approvals - Part 1 Rezoning; April 6th Please make necessary corrections to address. Land Development; and other Approvals; Development Approvals - Part 2; and Financing and Disposition of Property PRESENTERS: Larry J. Tarabicos, Lisa B. Goodman, John E. Tracey, John “Jack” C. Kuffel, and Stephanie L. Hansen with Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP Continuing Education Credit: DE CLE 6.7 including 1.0 ethics, Seminar #8DE01026 rManual only $75 DE RE 7.0, PA CLE 6.5 including 1.0 ethics, and CPE 8.0. See Discount if registered by inside for details. Name_________________________________________________________ April 6th Sterling Means Value! $30 SES Firm/Company Name_________________________________________________ Address________________________________________________________ www.sterlingeducation.com SES 8 STERLING EDUCATION SERVICES, INC. EAU CLAIRE, WI 54702-3127 8 STERLING EDUCATION SERVICES, INC. City________________________________State________Zip____________ P.O. BOX 3127 (715) 855-0498 P.O. BOX 3127 EAU CLAIRE, WI 54702-3127 (715) 855-0498 E-mail Address_____________________Phone____________________________ www.sterlingeducation.com 9DE05175 WHO SHOULD ATTEND COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL EVICTIONS PROGRAM SUMMARy • Property Managers • Attorneys: Wilmington - May 19, 2009 Evictions are an inevitable aspect of landlord-tenant relationships. Although • Developers • Landlord-Tenant Location: Holiday Inn Select Wilmington - 630 Naamans Road - Claymont an eviction represents a system breakdown, it is possible to minimize costs • Building Owners • Real Estate Registration: 8:00 a.m. Presentations: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and damages by handling the situation properly. This seminar will provide the • Leasing Agents • Leasing Lunch: (on your own) 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. practical knowledge you need to effectively deal with all aspects of this critical • Landlords & Tenants • Civil & General Practice Walk-ins: Payment is required at the door. Call Sterling at (715) 855-0498 to confirm the schedule. area of the law. Register today! • Other Real Estate Professionals • Litigation Cancellations: Substitutions or transfers to a future Sterling seminar are welcome anytime up to the day of the seminar. If you call to cancel at least three business days before the seminar you may 1) transfer your registration to another seminar, 2) receive a full refund minus a $25.00 service charge, or 3) receive a tape & manual set from the seminar. Please note that if you do not attend and do not cancel SEMINAR AGENDA MEET THE FACULTy as described above you are not entitled to a refund. Complaint Resolution: Any questions or complaints pertaining to a Sterling Education Services seminar should be directed to our Customer Service department at (715) 855-0495. I. Reducing Exposure to the Problem LACy E. HOLLy III, founder and sole shareholder of Lacy E. Holly, III, P.A., DISCOUNT OPPORTUNITIES A. Rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords has extensive background in real estate transactions, foreclosure, commercial Sterling offers additional discounts for non-profits, staff members, and new practitioners. B. Verify the legal tenant signs the lease Call 715-855-0498, or go to www.sterlingeducation.com. C. Credit checks litigation, bankruptcy, small business transactions, and estate cases. He is admitted to practice in Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. He is active in CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT D. Verbal assurances the local community through the Rotary Club. Mr. Holly earned his J.D. at the Please remember to bring your license number, ID or other necessary information to the E. Security deposits College of William & Mary, the Marshall Wythe School of Law. seminar to ensure proper reporting of continuing education credit. F. Condition of the premises MELISSA L. RHOADS, a member with the Mid-Atlantic law firm Tighe This seminar has been approved by the Delaware Commission on CLE for 6.7 general G. Drafting the lease & Cottrell, P.A., practices in the areas of insurance defense, corporate law, credit hours, including 1.0 hour of ethics. 1. Subletting and assignment commercial transactions, and employment law. Ms. Rhoads served as a Criminal This seminar has been submitted to the Delaware Real Estate Commission for 7.0 general 2. Lease violations, default and remedies Justice Teaching Fellow for the Syracuse City School District in conjunction credit hours. Approval is expected. II. Reclaiming Abandoned Property with the New York State Attorney General’s Office and Syracuse University This seminar has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board A. Terminating the leasehold College of Law. She is a member of the Delaware State and American Bar for 6.5 credit hours including 1.0 hour of ethics. B. Forced entry Associations. Ms. Rhoads received her B.A., cum laude, from Wheeling Jesuit Sterling Education Services is registered with the National Association of State C. Disposing of personal property Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional University and her J.D., cum laude, from Syracuse University College of Law, III. Commercial Eviction education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy where she served as the University Judicial Board Chair. have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. A. For non-payment of rent GARy F. SEITZ, a partner in the Philadelphia and Wilmington offices of Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE B. For causes other than non-payment of rent Rawle & Henderson LLP and chair of the bankruptcy and business finance Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www. C. Self-help evictions section, practices in commercial bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and nasba.org. CPE Credit: Maximum Credit Hours: 8.0 each session (based on a 50 minute D. Litigation: overview of process; options to landlord, affirmative admiralty and maritime law. Mr. Seitz serves as a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee credit hour). Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications. Prerequisite: None. Level of Knowledge: Basic. Delivery Method: Group-Live. Advance Preparation: None. No defenses of tenant in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and CPE credit will be granted for home study with the purchase of the seminar audio tapes. SES E. Holdover tenants/unlawful detainer action acts as a trustee in Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 cases in the Eastern District of is only approved for “Group/Live” programs. F. Payment of rent into registry of court Pennsylvania and the District of Delaware. Mr. Seitz has extensive experience Other continuing education credit may be available. Please call (715) 855-0498 to inquire. G. Damages handling bankruptcy matters for creditors, asset purchasers, and trustees. He is H. Going to trial a frequent author and lecturer in his area of expertise. Mr. Seitz is a member Commercial & Residential Evictions IV. Residential Eviction and Trial of the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees, the American Bankruptcy A. Residential eviction Institute, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference, the Wilmington - May 19, 2009 Registration Fee: Four easy ways to register: 1. For non-payment of rent Delaware Bankruptcy Inns of Court, and the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, (includes manual) Mail form/copy to: Sterling Education Services 2. For causes other than non-payment of rent Delaware, and American Bar Associations. Mr. Seitz received his B.A., magna P.O. Box 3127 r $329 per person 3. Notice and reinstatement cum laude, from Buena Vista University, his LL.M. from Tulane University, Eau Claire, WI 54702-3127 r $319 per person for 2 or more Phone: 715-855-0498 4. Holdover tenants and his J.D. from the University of Iowa College of Law. Fax: 715-835-5132 r $299 per person if paid by 4/6/09 Web: www.sterlingeducation.com 5. Avoiding illegal evictions RICHARD H. CROSS, JR., the founder and managing member of Cross B. Residential eviction trial r $147 audio tapes of the seminar with registration, a $100 savings! & Simon, LLC, focuses his practice on real estate, commercial litigation, civil 1. Substantive eviction law update r Check Enclosed (payable to Sterling Education Services, Inc.) litigation, and creditors’ rights in bankruptcy. Mr. Cross is a regular lecturer 2. Planning strategy: equity or technical r Visa r Mastercard r AM.EX. on landlord-tenant rights, Delaware creditor’s rights, and topics relating to Card No._____________________________________________ Exp. Date. ___________ 3. Tenant defenses commercial and civil litigation. He began his legal career as a law clerk for the Name on Card. ____________________________________________________________ 4. Appeals Honorable Jerome O. Herlihy of the Superior Court of the State of Delaware. Mr. 5. Enforcement of your award Cross received his B.A. from Binghamton University and his J.D. from College of Name: __________________________________Email:____________________________ William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law in Williamsburg, Virginia. Name: __________________________________Email:____________________________ V. When Tenant or Landlord Files Bankruptcy MICHAEL P. RESAVAGE, with Michael P. Morton, P.A., practices in A. Tenant or landlord files bankruptcy Name: __________________________________Email:____________________________ the areas of residential and mobile home landlord-tenant; civil, complex, and B. The effect of a bankruptcy stay and what you can do Primary Practice Area/Type of Business:________________________________________ C. Lifting the automatic stay and regaining possession defense litigation; bankruptcy litigation and creditor bankruptcy; and commercial Firm Name:_______________________________________________________________ collections and garnishments. Mr. Resavage is a member of the American Bar D. Tenant’s duty to pay rent during the pending bankruptcy Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Address: _________________________________________________________________ E. Assumption and rejection of the lease Association, and the Pennsylvania State Bar Association. He is also a lifetime City:_____________________________________ State:_________ Zip:______________ VI. Ethical Considerations in Evictions member of the Fraternal Order of Police, having retired from the Beverly City, Phone: ______________________________ Fax:_________________________________ A. Getting paid: fee arrangements New Jersey, Police Department after nineteen years. Mr. Resavage received r Audio/manual package $337* r Audio only $247* r Manual only $95* B. Conflicts of interest his B.A., cum laude, from Saint Leo College and his J.D. from the Widener *Includes $6 shipping & handling Allow 6-8 weeks for delivery. CRE C. Rules of professional conduct Seminar Number: 9DE05175 University Law School. Sterling Education Services may alter the agenda due to circumstances beyond our control.
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