Washington State SB 5160 & HB 1236 What you need to know
Multifamily NW Welcomes Bradley S. Kraus, Warren Allen
Washington Landlord/Tenant law seems to change on almost a monthly basis. Recently, the Washington legislature passed Senate Bill 5160 and House Bill 1236, adding further layers and defenses to evictions in the state post-moratorium. Join Brad Kraus as he discusses these laws, how they will effect your properties, and your eviction procedures in the future months.
Bradley S. Kraus of Warren Allen LLP will guide attendees through Clark County’s new Eviction Resolution Program (ERP). As one of the first attorneys to have utilized this new program, and a member of the discussion group monitoring development of the ERP program, Mr. Kraus will cover the ERP rules, strategies and nuances. He’ll also provide valuable information that’s otherwise unobtainable by a mere reading of the new laws. ERP will soon be mandatory for all Clark County landlords, so don’t miss this lecture!
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Bradley S. Kraus, Warren Allen, LLP
Bradley Kraus is a member of Warren Allen’s landlord/tenant practice and represents many of the region’s most successful landlords. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, he attended law school and graduated cum laude from Lewis and Clark Law School. Along with landlord/tenant law, Mr. Kraus assists clients in various civil litigation, probate, and family law matters.Prior to joining Warren Allen, Mr. Kraus gained valuable experience in each of his specialties working as a law clerk for the Honorable Judge Katherine Tennyson at the Multnomah County Circuit Court and the Honorable Judge John F. Nichols at the Clark County Superior Court. During law school, Mr. Kraus assisted Multnomah County in a variety of civil litigation matters as a member of the County Attorney’s Office.A native of New Ulm, Minnesota, Mr. Kraus continues to root for Minnesota sports teams in his free time. He is an avid sports fan, enjoys exercise, spending time with his dogs, and spending time with his friends.