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Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of Disaster 2015 (Free)

Released on: Sep. 28, 2015
Running Time: 05:12:25

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[01:00:22] Protecting Rights of Tenants and Landlords Following Disaster Carolyn Gold ~ Supervising Attorney, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
Ora Prochovnick ~ Director of Clinical and Public Interest Law Programs, John F. Kennedy University College of Law
Madeline Howard ~ Senior Attorney, Western Center on Law & Poverty
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[01:00:14] Homeowner Issues Following Disaster Including Foreclosure Prevention Alternatives Maeve Elise Brown ~ Executive Director, Housing and Economic Rights Advocates
Kent Qian ~ Staff Attorney, National Housing Law Project
Ora Prochovnick ~ Director of Clinical and Public Interest Law Programs, John F. Kennedy University College of Law
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[01:00:45] Helping Survivors with Insurance Issues Arising from Disasters and Resolving Claims Amy Bach ~ Executive Director, United Policyholders
David B Smith ~ Insurance & Risk Management Consultant, Farella Braun & Martel LLP
Tyler C Gerking ~ Partner, Farella Braun & Martel LLP
Tad A Devlin ~ Partner, Kaufman Dolowich Voluck,LLP
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[01:00:30] Federal Disaster Assistance – Types of Relief Available and Handling Denials through the Appeals Process Julia Price Rosner ~ Employment Law Specialist and Low-wage Worker’s Rights Coordinator, Manhattan Legal Services
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[00:59:55] Disaster-Related Consumer Issues Including Consumer Protection Laws and Debtors' Rights and Responsibilities Mark F Anderson ~ Partner, Anderson, Ogilvie & Brewer, LLP
Amy Bach ~ Executive Director, United Policyholders
Marie N Appel ~ Supervising Attorney, Medical-Legal Project and Consumer Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar of San Francisco
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A major disaster is likely to strike in California within our lifetime.  In the aftermath, survivors will need help to resolve legal issues related to the disaster.  In this program, you will learn about the most common post-disaster legal issues and then be able to participate in a regionally coordinated disaster legal services pro bono effort by providing brief phone assistance to disaster legal helpline callers, in-person assistance through legal services help desks located at Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs), or pro bono representation.

Lecture Topics [Total time 05:12:25]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.


  • Program Overview and Introductions* [00:10:39]
    Tiela Chalmers
  • Protecting Rights of Tenants and Landlords Following Disaster [01:00:22]
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • Homeowner Issues Following Disaster Including Foreclosure Prevention Alternatives [01:00:14]
    Maeve Elise Brown, Kent Qian, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • Helping Survivors with Insurance Issues Arising from Disasters and Resolving Claims [01:00:45]
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • Federal Disaster Assistance – Types of Relief Available and Handling Denials through the Appeals Process [01:00:30]
    Julia Price Rosner
  • Disaster-Related Consumer Issues Including Consumer Protection Laws and Debtors' Rights and Responsibilities [00:59:55]
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach

Presentation Material


  • Disaster Preparedness PowerPoint Slides
    Tiela Chalmers
  • Table of Contents
  • 1. Housing Issues: Landlord-Tenant Outline
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 2. Housing Issues: Landlord-Tenant PowerPoint Slides
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 3. Resources for Tenants in a Disaster
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 4. Cal. Civ. Code § 1940-1954.1
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 5. Erlach v. Sierra Asset Servicing, LLC, H038594, Court of Appeal of California, Sixth Appellate District (2014)
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 6. Aguirre v. Lee, 20 Cal.App.4th 1646 (1993)
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 7. City of Berkeley, Municipal Code § 13.76.010 - Rent Stabilization and Eviction for Good Cause Ordinance
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 8. City of Berkeley Tenant Relocation Ordinance
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 9. City of Oakland Rent and Eviction Ordinances and Regulations
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 10. City of Richmond Housing Policy - Rent Control and Just Cause for Eviction
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 11. City and County of San Francisco Rent Ordinance and Regulations
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 12. City of San Jose Current Rent Ordinance Overview
    Carolyn Gold, Madeline Howard, Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 13. Foreclosure Process PowerPoint Slides
    Professor Ora Prochovnick
  • 14. Loss Mitigation and Foreclosure Prevention Options PowerPoint Slides
    Kent Qian
  • 15. Repair of Property and Resources for Homeowners PowerPoint Slides
    Maeve Elise Brown
  • 16. Mortgagee Letter 2013-06 To All FHA-Approved Mortgagees, Single Family Servicing Managers Re: Extension of Disaster Moratorium and Suspension of Evictions for Specified Properties Impacted by Hurricane Sandy
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 17. Mortgagee Letter 2012-23 To All FHA-Approved Mortgagees Re: Guidance for FHA-Approved Mortgagees Originating and Servicing Mortgages in Presidentially-Declared Major Disaster Areas, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 18. Presidentially-Declared Major Disaster Areas, Excerpt from 4000.1, FHA Single Family Housing Policy Handbook
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 19. VA Guidance on Natural Disasters, Information for Veteran Borrowers, Mortgage Lenders, and Mortgage Servicers
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 20. Federally Declared Disasters and Federal Government Shutdown, Chapter 1, Sections 5-6 of MHA Handbook v.4.5 (June 2015)
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 21. Cal. Civ. Code § 2923.6
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 22. Cal. Civ. Code § 2924.11
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 23. Section 203(k): Rehab Mortgage Insurance, FHA Single Family Housing Policy Handbook 4000.1, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 24. Mortgagee Letter 2005-50 To All Approved Mortgagees and Appraisers Re: Enhancements to “Streamlined (k)” Limited Repair Program, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 25. Mortgage Insurance for Disaster Victims (Section 203(h)), U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 26. The HOME Program: HOME Investment Partnerships, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 27. Rural Housing: Housing Repair Loans and Grants Program, U.S. Department of Agriculture
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 28. Disaster Assistance: Federal Disaster Loans for Homeowners, Renters and Businesses of All Sizes, Unit Owner Fact Sheet, U.S. Small Business Administration
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 29. HECM Mortgagee Letters, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 30. FTC Warns Consumers: Charity and Home Repair Scams May Appear After a Disaster (May 2011)
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • Servicing Mortgages Impacted by a Disaster, Chapter 68, Freddie Mac Single-Family Seller/Servicer Guide
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • Freddie Mac Loan Lookup Tool
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • Renovation Mortgages, Freddie Mac
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • Bulletin to Freddie Mac Servicers Re: Servicing Requirements Related to Properties Affected by Hurricane Sandy and Other Disaster-Related Requirements (2012)
    Maeve Elise Brown, Professor Ora Prochovnick, Kent Qian
  • 31. Insurance Issues Outline
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 32. Insurance Issues PowerPoint Slides
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 33. United Policyholders Consumer Help Publications
    Amy Bach
  • 34. Cal. Ins. Code § 790.03 - Unfair Practices
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 35. Cal. Ins. Code § 2060 - Measure of Indemnity
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 36. Cal. Ins. Code § 2071, California Standard Form Fire Insurance Policy
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 37. Cal. Ins. Code § 2050-2060
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 38. Cal. Ins. Code § 10101-10107
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 39. California Residential Property Insurance Disclosure Form
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 40. California Department of Insurance Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations, Title 10, Chapter 5, Subchapter 7.5, California Code of Regulations
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 41. Cal. Ins. Code § 10089.70 - Insurance Mediation
    Amy Bach, Tad A. Devlin, Tyler C. Gerking, David B. Smith
  • 42. Federal Disaster Assistance Outline
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 43. Federal Disaster Assistance PowerPoint Slides
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 44. The Stafford Act, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security (April 2013)
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 45. Declaration and Release Form, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 46. 44 C.F.R. § 206.114 - Criteria for Continued Assistance
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 47. 44 C.F.R. § 206.115 - Appeals
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 48. Help After a Disaster: Applicant’s Guide to the Individuals and Households Program, Federal Emergency Management Agency (July 2008)
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 49. 28 U.S.C. § 1746 - Unsworn Declarations Under Penalty of Perjury
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 50. 44 C.F.R. § 206.116-206.117 – Recovery of Funds and Housing Assistance
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 51. Sample Federal Emergency Management Agency Application for Disaster Assistance, FEMA Form 90-69
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 52. 42 U.S.C. § 5155 - Duplication of Benefits
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 53. IRS Form 4506-T
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 54. 20 C.F.R. § 625 - Disaster Unemployment Assistance
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 55. 42 U.S.C. § 1786 - Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 56. Vermont Bar Association Volunteer Lawyer Disaster Legal Assistance Services Manual (September 12, 2012)
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 57. Disaster Loans – U.S. Small Business Administration
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 58. Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) – Questions and Answers
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 59. Disaster Unemployment Assistance Handbook – Legal and Administrative Provisions (June 2006)
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 60. Disaster Unemployment Assistance Research – U.S. Department of Labor
    Julia Price Rosner
  • 61. Consumer Law Outline
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 62. Consumer Law PowerPoint Slides
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 63. Consumer Law Exhibits – Credit Card/Personal Loan Debt
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 64. Consumer Law Exhibits – Identity Theft
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 65. Cal. Ins. Code § 2070-2084
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 66. 42 U.S.C. § 5174 - Federal Assistance to Individuals and Households
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 67. 38 U.S.C. § 3101 – Veterans’ Benefits Definitions
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 68. 42 U.S.C. § 407 - Assignment of Benefits
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 69. Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 704.010-704.210
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 70. Cal. Welf. & Inst. Code § 17409
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 71. Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 706.050-706.052
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 72. Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 701.010
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 73. Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 703.115
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 74. Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 703.510
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 75. Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 704.110
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 76. Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 704.190
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 77. Cal. Civ. Code § 1785.10 – 1785.19.5
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 78. Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17586.5
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 79. Cal. Penal Code § 396
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
  • 80. Cal. Civ. Code § 1689.6
    Mark F. Anderson, Marie N. Appel, Amy Bach
Chairperson(s)
Tiela Chalmers ~ Chief Executive Officer, Alameda County Bar Association
Speaker(s)
Mark F. Anderson ~ Partner, Anderson, Ogilvie & Brewer, LLP
Marie N. Appel ~ Supervising Attorney, Medical-Legal Project and Consumer Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar of San Francisco
Amy Bach ~ Executive Director, United Policyholders
Maeve Elise Brown ~ Executive Director, Housing and Economic Rights Advocates
Tad A. Devlin ~ Partner, Kaufman Dolowich Voluck,LLP
Tyler C. Gerking ~ Partner, Farella Braun & Martel LLP
Carolyn Gold ~ Supervising Attorney, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
Madeline Howard ~ Senior Attorney, Western Center on Law & Poverty
Julia Price Rosner ~ Employment Law Specialist and Low-wage Worker’s Rights Coordinator, Manhattan Legal Services
Professor Ora Prochovnick ~ Director of Clinical and Public Interest Law Programs, John F. Kennedy University College of Law
Kent Qian ~ Staff Attorney, National Housing Law Project
David B. Smith ~ Insurance & Risk Management Consultant, Farella Braun & Martel LLP
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