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Leaders & Manager

What you should absolutely, positively NOT say in a performance review Say one of your employees is Kevin, a 55-year-old whose productivity drops over the year. Instead of citing specific, measurable examples of this decline in his performance review, you note that “Kevin doesn’t seem to have the energy level anymore to truly succeed in […]

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Landlords And Tenants Sue Seattle Over Mandatory Rental Inspections

Landlords and tenants in Seattle have filed a class action lawsuit challenging the city’s use of warrantless mandatory rental inspections, according to a release from the Institute for Justice. The lawsuit, which was filed in King County Superior Court, argues that the city’s program is a clear violation of the Washington state constitution’s mandate that “no […]

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LANDLORD-TENANT ARTICLES

Articles and Publications by the Loeffler Law Group First in Time Ordinance Struck Down Guidance to Seattle’s Fair Chance Housing Ordinance What You Need to Know About the “First In Time” Ordinance Renting to Short Term Tenants on AirBNB or VRBO Surprise Tenants and Squatters Emerging Issues in Rental Housing Discrimination Medical Marijuana and Reasonable […]

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New and Required Wording For Your Rental Applications!

URGENT – SEATTLE LANDLORDS! New and Required Wording For Your Rental Applications! 1. On Wednesday, February 7, 2018 Seattle Office Of Civil Rights Enforcer/Attorney, Michael Chin gave Tenant Screening companies instruction on compliance to FAIR CHANCE HOUSING. Many screening companies from the United States participated. 2. Screening companies were given required wording for Rental Applications. […]

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