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Airbnb & Short-term Rental Law CLE -- 24/7 On-demand Recording & Complimentary Podcast

SKU: 2781454 $179.00 $179.00

Learn the latest on Airbnb & Short-term Rental Law with this convenient, 24/7 On-demand Seminar & Complimentary Podcast. Register to obtain CLE & MCLE credit, online access to complete course & reference materials, and attend this on-demand seminar. YOU MAY LISTEN FROM ALMOST ANY TYPE OF COMPUTER OR IPOD. ACCESS TO THE RECORDING AND MATERIALS DOES NOT EXPIRE.

Mastering Airbnb & Short-term Rental Law CLE

90-Minute On-demand Seminar & Complimentary Podcast
Includes Online Access to complete Course/Reference Material & Complimentary Podcast.

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Register for CLE & MCLE credit - specific credit hours are listed at the bottom of this page.


The huge expansion in Airbnb & short-term rentals in states has generated tremendous economic benefits as well as challenges to local governments. At the same time, legal issues involving Covid-19, trip cancellations, and eviction loopholes have generated an unprecedented need for counsel fluent on short-term rental law. The rules vary greatly and have evolved in recent years. The faculty for this seminar features several leading authorities on the subject. This comprehensive program on Airbnb & short-term rental law will introduce you to the most relevant issues and practical solutions, including evictions, trip cancellations, land use & zoning rules, regulations involving HOA covenants, & future regulations impacting Airbnb rentals. The faculty will also cover legal issues involving owners of condos & co-ops, contractual issues, and litigating claims involving Airbnb. Registration includes online access to course and reference materials that serve as a helpful guide to the numerous topics and techniques discussed in the program.


Mastering Airbnb & Short-term Rental Law:

a. An Overview of Legal Issues relating to Airbnb & Short-term Rental Law

b. Impact of Covid-19 on Short-term Rentals

c. Most Critical Challenges involving Airbnb Agreements

d. Eviction Loophole Benefiting Airbnb

e. Litigating Claims involving Airbnb

f. Effectively Handling Land Use & Zoning Rules

g. Regulations relating to HOA Covenants and Other Issues

h. Future Regulations affecting Airbnb Rentals

i. Case Law Update

j. Compliance & Avoidance Strategies

k. Remedies Available for Damages to the Rental Unit

l. Handling Airbnb Issues related to Owners of Condos & Co-Ops

Recorded Question & Answer Session

Biography of Seminar Faculty:

1. Jonathan Geballe is a leading authority on Airbnb, short-term rental law, and real property. He has over 25 years of experience in real estate transactions and litigation. Mr. Geballe began his legal career at the Office of Corporation Counsel (New York City Law Department) and then moved on to private practice. He has served as the Chairperson of the Real Estate Section of his regional Bar Association and has co-chaired the Jack Newton Lerner Landlord-Tenant Practice Institute three times over the past few years. Mr. Geballe is a graduate of NYU and Cardozo School of Law.

2. Christopher S. Malloy is a founding member of Moriarty Troyer & Malloy LLC and brings nearly fifteen years of litigation and trial experience in the areas of community association, real estate and complex construction law. Mr. Malloy’s practice also focuses on condominium construction defect and transitional litigation at the trial and appellate level of the state and federal courts as well as in various alternative dispute resolution forums. In his condominium and real estate practice, Mr. Malloy represents residential and mixed-use condominiums, homeowner associations and property management companies in a broad range of matters and provides advice on operational and governance issues, interpretation and amendment of governing documents, rules and bylaw enforcement, developer transition issues and common area disputes. He also manages the firm’s common area lien enforcement practice. Mr. Malloy represents a wide variety of clients including condominium and homeowner associations, building owners, developers, general contractors, construction managers, subcontractors and suppliers in all aspects of construction transactions, disputes and litigation including defective work claims, and breach of contract. Mr. Malloy has expertise with disputes involving both public and private construction projects and has extensive experience with complex multi-party construction defect litigation.

3. Todd I. Nahins is a Senior Partner at Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins & Goidel, P.C., with broad and extensive experience in both residential and commercial claims. His litigation responsibilities include many of the Firm's most established clients. Mr. Nahins heads the Firm's Non-Payment and Holdover Division. Mr. Nahins has been a Faculty Member of his state's Judicial Seminar, Jack Newton Lerner, Landlord-Tenant Institute; Cardozo Law School, New York University, and barr associations on topics ranging from real estate, short-term rental and to non-primary residence litigation. Mr. Nahins has received the highest accolades from his colleagues in Martindale-Hubbell with an AV rating. He has received an Award from his state's Department of Housing Preservation and Development and was recognized for Excellence in Law by Cambridge's Who's Who. He is presently on the Board of Advisors for Apartment Law Insiders.

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Alabama State Bar MCLE Commission for 1.5 MCLE credits

Alaska Bar Association for 1.5 CLE Credits *

Arizona State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits**

California State Bar for 1.5 MCLE credits

Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal & Judicial Education for 1.8 CLE Credits

Connecticut for 1.5 CLE Credits

District of Columbia (CLE credits are not required)***

Florida Bar for 2.0 CLE credits

Georgia Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

Hawaii for 1.5 CLE credits

Idaho State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE Credits

Iowa Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE Credits

Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission for 1.5 CLE Credits

Kentucky Bar Association for 1.5 CLE Credits

Louisiana Supreme Court Commission on MCLE for 1.5 MCLE credits

Maryland (CLE credits are not required)***

Massachusetts (CLE credits are not required)**

Michigan (CLE credits are not required)***

Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits

Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits

Missouri Bar for 1.8 MCLE Credits

Montana Commission of CLE for 1.5 CLE Credits

Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits

New Hampshire for 1.5 CLE credits ****

New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits (per Rule 201:4)

New York State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

North Carolina State Bar Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits

Ohio - Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on CLE for 1.5 CLE Credits

Oklahoma Bar Association for 1.5 CLE Credits

Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for 1.5 CLE Credits

Puerto Rico for 1.5 CLE credits (Tribunal Supremo de Puerto Rico)

South Dakota (CLE credits are not required)***

Tennessee Commission on CLE for 1.5 CLE Credits

Texas State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

Utah State Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 MCLE credits

Vermont Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 1.5 CLE credits

Virginia State Bar for 1.5 MCLE credits

Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners for 1.5 CLE credits

Wyoming State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

Additional States - call customer service at (888) 626-3462

* Members of the Alaska Bar Association may report 1.5 CLE credits for participating in this course as it has been approved by other mandatory CLE jurisdictions for 1.5 CLE credits.

** The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 1.5 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 0 hour(s) of professional responsibility.

*** States that do not require CLE are indicated above. Rossdale does not apply for CLE in these states as CLE credit is not required.

**** The New Hampshire does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Continuing Legal Education requirement. Pursuant to NH Supreme Court Rule 53, this activity may be counted for up to 1.5 CLE hours.

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All registered attendees who are unable to dial into the live teleconference will be e-mailed a complimentary downloadable recording & podcast of the full-length seminar.

You will receive toll-free dial-in instructions, online access to course and reference materials, and be registered for CLE credit when you check-out with a credit card or your check is processed.

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