This study hall will cover the most recent bill passed on 12/21/20, HB 4401. The requirements, considerations, and pitfalls associated with filing and proceeding with a residential eviction case in Oregon during and after COVID related moratoria. It will cover multiple jurisdictions and is intended to arm property managers with knowledge sufficient to avoid costly mistakes. This will include an update with the most recent information from Multnomah County and HB 4401.
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January 2021 Landlord Study Hall welcomes Anna McCormack or Warren Allen, LLP!
Anna S. McCormack joined Warren Allen LLP in 2003. Ms. McCormack attained a B.A. summa cum laude from the University of Cincinnati, and earned her J.D. cum laude from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College.
Ms. McCormack’s civil litigation practice emphasizes landlords’ rights, real property and business disputes, bankruptcy, consumer law and employment law. She has appeared in state, tribal, and municipal courts, as well as administrative and appellate proceedings. Ms. McCormack is committed to making the legal process understandable to her clients, and to finding practical and creative alternatives to litigation when possible.
Ms. McCormack is active in her Northeast Portland Community. Originally from Ohio, she is an avid reader and movie buff, and also loves hiking and exploring the Pacific Northwest.