Mike Hensley has been practicing real estate law, both litigation and transactional, for almost 42 years and is "of counsel" at AlvaradoSmith PC in Santa Ana, California.
On-Demand: December 16, 2021
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Attorneys will learn about the most frequently litigated fee entitlement issues in California and will learn how to structure a fee petition and how to oppose a fee petition-both do's and don’ts. You can expect to learn about ethical issues which occur in fee proceedings and how to avoid mistakes in retention agreements.
This course is co-sponsored with myLawCLE.
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Date / Time: December 16, 2021
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William M. (Mike) Hensley | AlvaradoSmith P.C.
Mike Hensley has been practicing real estate law, both litigation and transactional, for almost 42 years and is “of counsel” at AlvaradoSmith PC in Santa Ana, California. He has taken the lead or assisted in the closing of multiple commercial real estate deals throughout the United States, with a special emphasis on 1031 exchanges involving commercial or apartment closings. He also has litigated real estate issues extensively, mainly in California state superior and appellate courts, garnering over 20 published decision during his career.
I. Most frequently litigated fee entitlement issues in California | 11:00am – 11:30am
II. How to structure a fee petition and how to oppose a fee petition-both do’s and don’ts | 11:30am – 12:00pm
III. Break | 12:00pm – 12:10pm
IV. Ethical issues which occur in fee proceedings and how to avoid mistakes in retention agreements | 12:10pm – 1:10pm