Webinar: Washington Landlord Tenant Law Series Part #1
Multifamily NW Welcomes Marcel Gesmundo, Partner, Andor Law (004)
We are very excited to introduce a new two part class specific to Washington State Housing Providers. This interactive webinar offers an environment in which attendees can get specific questions answered from an attorney on real-world situations. Do you use Multifamily NW Forms? If so, this class is what you have been waiting for. Our legal expert from Andor Law, LLP will begin 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 end-of-tenancy scenarios with the corresponding termination notice to serve including deposit accounting, abandoned property rules and FED evictions. This is part 1 of a 2 part series.
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Marcel Gesmundo, Partner, Andor Law Firm
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Multifamily NW Welcomes
Marcel Gesmundo, Partner,
Andor Law Firm
Marcel Gesmundo is a founder/partner at Andor Law. Marcel focuses on compliance and strategic planning for housing providers in Oregon and Washington.
Marcel began litigating in 2011. During his career, his practice has shifted from environmental litigation to real property, commercial and residential leasing and landlord tenant law. Marcel regularly advises clients on legal developments, teaches courses on compliance, and advocates for clients at trial and on appeal.
Additionally, Marcel also provides technical legal support to the housing industry, drafting forms widely used by housing providers in Oregon and Washington. He is also a trusted advisor by industry leaders in the drafting of legislation and policy.