Inside Self-Storage Presents Free Webinar on California Lien Law
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|Posted on: 12/06/2010|
Inside Self-Storage (ISS) and industry attorney Jeffrey Greenberger will present a free webinar on Jan. 25 to address the changes taking place to the self-storage lien law in California.
Assembly Bill 655 (AB655), will change effective Jan. 1. While the revised legislation includes improvements to benefit the state’s self-storage operators, there are important nuances of which owners and managers should be aware as they conduct business with tenants in 2011. “The New California Lien Law: What Self-Storage Operators Need to Know,” the relevant changes made by the Bill and how it directly affects the industry. Greenberger will address:
The event will take place Jan. 25 at 11:30 a.m. ET. The free registration process can be completed at www.insideselfstorage.com/webinars.
Greenberger is a partner in the Cincinnati law firm of Katz, Greenberger & Norton LLP, where he focuses his practice on commercial real estate, with a concentration in self-storage. Jeff assists operators around the country in the design and implementation of legal policies and procedures as well as other operational issues, with a focus on litigation avoidance and liability reduction.
Greenberger is the legal advisor to several state self-storage associations and a featured speaker for national and state self-storage conferences. In addition to the Legal Learning Webinar Series, which he presents annually in cooperation with ISS, he teaches Legal Learning Live workshops twice annually as part of the Inside Self-Storage World Expo. The next workshop will take place March 15, at the Paris Hotel & Resort in Las Vegas. Details can be found at www.insideselfstorageworldexpo.com.
ISS provides print publications, conferences, tradeshows, websites and other educational resources for the self-storage industry. Offerings include ISS magazine, ISS Expos, the annual Factbook, the Qualified Storage Manager Certification Program (www.selfstorageeducation.com), and the Self-Storage Talk online forum and community (www.selfstoragetalk.com).