ULV College of Law Business Forum
Under the direction of Professor Paul Naccachian, the University of La Verne College of Law is collaborating with the City of La Verne and the La Verne Chamber of Commerce to help address issues presented by the COVID 19 pandemic. The plan includes presenting a panel that will identify issues in specific legal areas including Workers’ Compensation, Landlord/Tenant, and Labor & Employment.
The outbreak and rapid spread of COVID 19 has flustered markets and disrupted supply chains, threatening the global economy. The emergency action of governors and local authorities has affected businesses on matters ranging from contracts, workers compensation, insurance, landlord-tenant and employment relations. Legal issues will persist as businesses plan and prepare to reopen with adaptive measures.
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Meet our panelists:
James Blucker, a ULV College of Law Alumnus, with the Law Office of James M. Blucker focuses on corporate counsel work, including real estate negotiations, representation for landlords in unlawful detainers, business entity formations and HOA representation. Additionally, he assists property managers in guidance through landlord-tenant laws to assure compliance with the law.
Zareh Zatikyan, also a ULV College of Law Alumnus, with Tobin-Lucks LLP Certified Specialists, Workers' Compensation Law.
Alex Lester, who serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for the University of La Verne with The Law Offices of Mark John Tundis, Firm Representation in Landlord-Tenant Relations
Alicia R. Kennon
Alicia R. Kennon with Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman, LLP specializes in the litigation of claims involving employment practices, professional liability, securities, financial institutions, and construction — both defect and catastrophic personal injury. She is a fierce advocate for individual, public, and private clients facing allegations of unfair employment practices, negligence, and products liability.
Sevag Simonian, a ULV College of Law Alumnus, with Simonian & Simonian, Specializes in Chapter 7 Bankruptcies.
Discussions, information, questions asked, materials contained or received (collectively Legal Information) during the COVID-19 Business Forum (Forum) and the subsequent broadcast of the entire program does not constitute legal advice. In addition, the transmission of legal information contained is not intended to create, nor does its receipt constitute, an attorney-client relationship between you (participants) and the firm or any of its attorneys.
The Legal Information is intended for general informational purposes only and should be used only as a starting point for addressing your legal issues. All participants should not act upon the legal information received during the Forum without consulting legal counsel.