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Get answers to the problems that local governments, Airbnb landlords, and others are grappling with right now! You will learn the latest ordinances and enforcement strategies. Explore landlords' legal concerns. Understand what's actually covered under different insurance policies. Keep your knowledge up to date - register today!
Receive a refresher on core legal and tax issues surrounding the short-term rental industry.
Find out how various local governments are approaching regulation and enforcement challenges.
Evaluate host liability in the case of injuries, privacy violations, nuisance complaints, and more.
Discover what the host guarantee, host protection insurance, and other policies do and do not cover.
Delve into key provisions and language of short-term lease agreements.
Navigate easements, CC&Rs, and other restrictions that can prevent hosts from renting their property.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. Local government officials and paralegals may also benefit.
Short-Term Rentals: Essential Legal Recaps
Short-Term Rental Ordinances: What's Working and What Isn't
Enforcement Problems and Solutions
Challenges to Short-Term Rental Laws: Litigation and Lobbying Efforts
Owner Liability Concerns: Injuries, Privacy Violations, and More
Insurance Coverage Issues and Answers
Airbnb, VRBO, and Short-Term Lease Agreements: What You Need to Know
Use Restrictions and Enforcement: Leases, HOA CC&Rs, Easements, and More
JOE ANDREONI is an attorney at Kramer, Elkins & Watt, LLC and former state prosecutor, as well as a 2016 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and an alumnus of Saint Louis University. His previous work and internship experiences focused on litigation, and he is comfortable advancing clients' interests in the courtroom. Through his previous employment in the district attorney's office, Mr. Andreoni is used to appearing in court on a daily basis and taking cases from start to finish, including arguing pretrial motions and spearheading negotiations or jury trials.
KRISTA M. KOCHOSKY is chair of the real estate practice group with The Lynch Law Group. She concentrates her practice in civil litigation of professional liability for real estate brokers and agents; insurance bad faith litigation, insurance coverage litigation, trucking industry litigation, unfair trade practices; and consumer protection law and fraud claims. Ms. Kochosky lectures frequently for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. She is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania; United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; United States District Court for the Western, Middle and Eastern districts of Pennsylvania; as well as the Supreme Court of West Virginia. Ms. Kochosky is a member of the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County bar associations. She is also a member of the Pennsylvania Defense Institute and is on the Insurance Bad Faith Committee. Ms. Kochosky earned her B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Kent State University and her J.D. degree from Duquesne University School of Law.
BEN M. ROSE is a member of RoseArters, PLLC, in Brentwood, Tennessee. Mr. Rose practices throughout the state of Tennessee in the areas of administrative law, business commercial and corporate law, civil rights and employment law, probate, criminal law, domestic relations, government relations and personal injury. He is a member of the Williamson County, Nashville, Tennessee (litigation and administrative law divisions) bar associations; Defense Research Institute; Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association; and Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Mr. Rose has served as an adjunct professor with University of Tennessee College of Law, pre-trial litigation and an instructor with the University of Tennessee paralegal studies program. He received his B.A. degree, cum laude, from The American University in Washington, D.C., and his J.D. degree from the University of Tennessee, where he was the recipient of the Charles D. Miller Award for Excellence in civil advocacy.
JOHN H. RUSHFORD is a senior attorney with Cafardi Ferguson Wyrick Weis & Stotler LLC. Mr. Rushford has more than 20 years of experience representing school districts and municipal governments in all areas, including special education, due process hearings and federal court litigation. He represents public and private entities in matters related to governmental affairs including contract negotiations; grievance arbitrations; personnel matters; construction issues; tax assessment appeals; and zoning, planning and development issues. Mr. Rushford has litigated a number of employment and civil rights claims in federal and state courts and administrative proceedings. In addition, to his municipal practice, he is an advocate on special education issues serving as counsel for both school districts and parents throughout the state. Mr. Rushford is a member of the Pennsylvania and American bar associations. He earned his B.A. degree from Boston College and his J.D. degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Mr. Rushford previously served as vice chair of the Shadylane Preschool Board of Directors and is a former member of the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Family Forum Board. He is currently serving a four year term on the PACE School Board of Directors and is also a member of the Board of Trustees for the Provident Charter School.
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