Webinar: Landlord Tenant Law 2-Part B
Multifamily NW Welcomes Leah Sykes, Andor Law, LLP (C#0010)
This course creates an interactive environment in which attendees can get specific questions answered from an attorney on real-world situations that they encounter. It begins where all tenancies begin—with the rental application. Then, by chronological succession, the class takes you through rental agreements, various addendums and special circumstances. Part II addresses every end-of-tenancy scenario with the corresponding termination notice to serve including deposit accounting, abandoned property rules and FED evictions. Following Landlord Tenant Law Parts 1 and 2, the advanced class continues to delve into the weeds of the issues that arise in property management. Explore the legal side from the vast pool of experience with one of the experts from Andor Law LLP. Session 4 of a 4 part series.
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Andor Law, LLP
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Multifamily NW Welcomes
Leah Sykes, Partner, Andor Law
Leah Sykes is owner and partner in the Litigation practice group at Andor Law. Ms. Sykes serves housing providers in all legal aspects of property management with a special focus on education and fair housing discrimination defense.Ms. Sykes takes a hands-on approach, advising clients in both the non-profit and for-profit housing markets, with a great depth of knowledge of the interplay between federal, state and local agencies and regulations. She has expanded her strong litigation background to include preventative methodologies for clients including management, business structure, corporate training and advising the industry in legislative matters.Ms. Sykes travels regularly to educate clients, trade organizations and the housing provider industry. In 2015, Ms. Sykes established an annual educational “Fair Housing Fair” in conjunction with Multifamily Northwest and regularly collaborates with other housing organizations and advocates regarding organizational best practices.Proudly Canadian, Ms. Sykes has great empathy for the plight of immigrant women and has volunteered as an advocate for immigrant women. Ms. Sykes was admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 2002, the Washington State Bar in 2016 and graduated from Lewis and Clark College of Law in Portland, Oregon with an entrance scholarship. She also received a scholarship and a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada.