Who Owns What and Where: How to Determine Who the Defendants Are in a Premises Liability Case
Published by Washington State Association for Justice and Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
(3:00 ET / 12:00 PT / 1:00 MT )
Duration: 75 minutes
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This webinar will review real estate principles relating to ownership and possessory rights to property with the premises liability case in mind. We will review the different kinds of ownership (fee simple being the most common) possessory rights including leaseholds, easements, licenses, joint use agreements and related issues. We will also review surveys, how to read them and why they are important in a premises liability case.
Catherine C. Clark Catherine C. Clark, or “Cat” as she is also known, is a graduate of the University of Washington and Gonzaga University School of Law. Cat attended the UW on an athletic scholarship (Swimming) where she earned four varsity letters and academic honors. While at the UW, She majored in history and political science and was a member of a sorority. She attended Gonzaga University School of Law where she was also on the law review. Once she finished law school, Cat clerked for Justice Robert F....MoreCatherine C. Clark, or “Cat” as she is also known, is a graduate of the University of Washington and Gonzaga University School of Law. Cat attended the UW on an athletic scholarship (Swimming) where she earned four varsity letters and academic honors. While at the UW, She majored in history and political science and was a member of a sorority. She attended Gonzaga University School of Law where she was also on the law review. Once she finished law school, Cat clerked for Justice Robert F. Brachtenbach (ret.) of the Washington Supreme Court in Olympia. She finished that position and went into the private sector and has practiced law since. She is a litigator and regularly appears in the trial courts and appellate courts in Washington State. She has received the Super Lawyer recognition beginning in 2011, is AV Rated by Martindale Hubble, was recognized as a “Rising Star in Washington Law” (when she was young) and has been awarded the Best in CLE by the Washington State Bar Association. She is also an active member of the WSAJ and a proud EAGLE. Cat serves on the Gonzaga Law School Board of Advisers and is an avid cyclist and skier. Collapse
PROGRAM AGENDA 5 Minutes - Introduction 75 Minutes - Presentation 10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker
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