April 2018 Newsletter

April 2018

Good Morning!

We are thrilled to announce the launch of a Spanish version of our website in the hope of reaching Spanish speaking tenants throughout the Bay Area—particularly those who face discrimination and retaliation.
 
This month’s e-newsletter includes an article about what to do if you have a bed bug problem and a video about tenant rights with respect to your registered service or emotional support animal.
 
Finally, earlier this month welcomed a new fulltime attorney, Palomar Sanchez, to our team.  (More below)

Best Wishes,

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Eric L. Toscano
CEO & Managing Attorney

 

Meet Our Team
Palomar Sanchez, Esq., Attorney

We are also very pleased to announce the addition of attorney Palomar Sanchez, Esq. to our growing team.  Palomar has spent most of his legal career practicing housing and tenant rights law, having worked as a housing counselor, compliance manager for the City of Berkeley for over five years and more recently as an associate attorney in private practice.

PRACTICE AREAS

Recovering Money in Landlord Disputes

Renter's Rights Counseling

Lease Buyouts

Rent Board Hearings

Eviction Defense

Other Disputes

VIDEO OF THE MONTH

Is a landlord required to accept the tenancy of my registered service or emotional support animal?

LATEST BLOG

THE BAY AREA IS ONE OF THE MOST BED BUG-INFESTED PLACES IN THE UNITED STATES: WHAT TO DO NEXT IF YOU HAVE A BED BUG PROBLEM

Anyone who’s ever lived with bed bugs will likely tell you it was one of the worst experiences of his or her life. Bed bugs may not carry disease, but some people react to their bites by developing itchy red welts that resemble flea bites.  
Infestations are notoriously difficult to treat.  If not detected early, bed bugs can take over entire buildings, moving easily from one unit to the next.  Unless all infested units are treated simultaneously, they’re guaranteed to return...

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