A Conversation With Local Housing Attorneys About the State of Landlord Tenant Law Due to COVID-19

During this panel discussion, moderated by Julie Loesch, Esq., Director of Child and Family Services EAP and CRJ, our panelists will address the current status and requirements of the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act. The presenters will also discuss what landlords and tenants need to know about:
• The New York moratorium on evictions.
• The impact of the Act on situations involving domestic violence
• The impact of the Act on subsidized housing.
• Details about homeowner foreclosure relief that is also included in this Act.
• Out of court dispute resolution options for landlords and tenants.

Appropriate for the general public, particularly landlords or tenants who are looking to find answers about landlord/tenant following the recently passed COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2020.

(in alphabetical order):

Joshua Dubs, Esq.:
Attorney in private practice in Buffalo NY, experienced in representing landlords and tenants in housing disputes

Gayle T. Murphy, Esq.:
Lead Attorney with Child & Family Services Center for Resolution & Justice.

Katelyn Niedermier, Esq.:
Senior Staff Attorney in the Housing Unit at Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc. in Buffalo, New York. Her practice is focused on eviction defense and fair housing advocacy for low-income tenants. She is also the Lead Attorney on Neighborhood Legal Services’ Justice Bus.

Delroy Pinnock, Esq.:
Senior Court Attorney Eighth Judicial District, Director of the Eighth Judicial District Court Help Center

Kevin Quinn, Esq.:
Supervising Attorney at the Center for Elder Law & Justice. Kevin practices in the housing department, working with community advocacy and development. He represents clients in handling evictions and in rem tax foreclosures. Kevin also represents homeowners in Buffalo City Housing Court in response to housing code violations.