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When: Tuesday, July 14, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET.
With many states resuming pre-COVID-19 economic activity and re-opening judicial facilities after often extended docket freezes, and with the federal CARES Act eviction moratorium set to expire on July 25, courts throughout the country will soon be facing an unprecedented deluge of evictions. For many tenants, appearing and defending against an eviction during pandemic conditions is unsafe, impractical, or altogether impossible. This presentation will discuss issues of due process and fundamental fairness in judicial eviction proceedings during COVID-19, and related arguments that lawyers may advance in defense of clients.
Presenter: Eric Dunn, Director of Litigation, National Housing Law Project
Closed captioning will be available on this webcast. A link with access to the captions will be shared through GoToWebinar’s chat box shortly before the webcast start time.
This training will be presented in a WEBCAST format to accommodate more participants. Due to the high volume of participants, computer audio will be the only option to listen to the presentation. No telephone call-in number will be provided. Please plan accordingly. Thank you.
This webcast will be recorded and available on our website shortly after the presentation. The recording and training materials will also be emailed to all registrants within a few days after the training.
The webcast will take place on
Tuesday, July 14, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET.