Nathan Lybarger


Nathan represents landlords throughout Middle Tennessee in eviction actions and in recovery of unpaid balances due.

Law Office of
Hall & Associates
223 Madison Street, Suite 212
Madison, TN  37115
615-868-4101

Housing Crossroads Webinar    

  Requesting and Protecting Your

Residents' Private Information    

​        Thursday, February 27, 2020            
                 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Central
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​​​​​​​        Landlords collect personal and private information on each and every resident. From credit reports to social security numbers, chances are there is a file with information that, if misplaced or stolen, could result in legal trouble. 

        In this webinar, we will discuss the private information landlords are entitled to request during the application process as well as the accommodation process.  We will also discuss some best practices on retaining that information and answering questions from others about residents.  Our discussion will include:
 

  • Information you May or May Not Request in the Application or Accommodation Process
  • Retaining Private Information under the FHA and VAWA
  • Reacting to the Loss of Personal Information
  • Answering Question from Other Residents
  • Census-Worker Questions

Certain issues in fair housing arise time and again.  It is important for managers and staff to know the correct steps to take before the problem arises.  In this webinar, we will discuss the current status of the law on common fair housing problems.  Our discussion will include:

  • Familial Status
    • Occupancy Standards
    • Child-Restrictive Rules
  • Sex/Gender
    • Harassment
    • Gender Stereotype Discrimination
    • Domestic Violence
  • Race/National Origin
    • Arrest and Conviction Guidelines
    • Source of Income Discrimination
  • Religion
    • Community Events & Rules
    • Complaints from Other Residents

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 

Fair Housing

Three-Part Webinar Series


$64.99



$24.99

 Speakers

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 

​​​Fair Housing Webinar

Understanding Accommodations & Modifications  


Part Three of Three-Part Series

​​​Fair Housing Webinar

Common Fair Housing Complaints


Part Two of Three-Part Series

Angelita Fisher


Angelita represents management companies on all issues involving fair housing and employment law.

Law Office of 
Angelita E. Fisher
6688 Nolensville Rd. 
Suite 108-161
Brentwood, TN 370257
615-305-2803

​​​Fair Housing Webinar

Fair Housing Fundamentals

Part One of Three-Part Series

$24.99

$34.99

Residents who are disabled file more fair housing complaints than all other protected classes combined.  Why?  Maybe because the accommodation process is easy to mess up.  In this webinar, we will talk about a landlord’s requirement to reasonably accommodate as well as some of the most common accommodation requests.  Our discussion will include: 

  • Knowing the Difference between an Accommodation and Modification
  • Paying for the Accommodation/Modification
  • Getting the Paperwork Right
  • Common Accommodations
    • Parking
    • Support Animals
    • Hoarders
    • Transfers

Fair Housing


Housing Crossroads 

Webinars


$24.99 - $34.99 each

Part One

Fair Housing Fundamentals - March 11, 2020


Part Two

Common Fair Housing Complaints - March 18, 2020


Part Three

Understanding Accommodations & Modifications - March 25, 2020

This is a series of webinars presented jointly by the Law Office of Hall & Associates and the Law Office of Angelita E. Fisher.  We discuss all aspects of the landlord tenant relationship and how landlord tenant laws and fair housing laws overlap.

Keep Watching - more coming soon.

$24.99

Knowing the basic fundamentals of fair housing laws will assist owners, managers and staff in making better decisions on what law may apply to their residents and what actions may violate fair housing laws.  In this webinar, we will discuss the basics of fair housing laws and the process by which residents may make complaints.  Our discussion will include:

  • The Protected Classes
  • Types of Discrimination/Harassment
  • The Complaint Process
  • Retaliation