Clark Hill Attorney Steven Hammond to Present at the 37th Annual Real Property Law Section Retreat, April 20, 2018
Steven Hammond, a Member in Clark Hill's Real Estate practice group, will be presenting a panel session titled "Detangling Co-ownership Disputes" at the State Bar of California 37th Annual Real Property Law Section Retreat in San Francisco, CA on Friday, April 20. Panelists will discuss common problems owners face when they own/inherit property as tenants in common and remedies including TIC/partnership agreements, buyouts and partition actions. Steven wil focus on tenancy-in-common / partnership issues related to investment in commercial real estate.
Steven Hammond concentrates his practice on matters involving real estate, including both transactional and litigation matters. He offers transactional expertise in the leasing, sale, acquisition, financing and development of office, residential, retail, industrial and mixed-use projects. Steven has represented clients in complex development transactions involving inclusionary-housing credit swaps with affordable housing developers, and with respect to entitlement of projects facing community opposition.
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