On September 9, 2021, the San Francisco Superior Court appointed Gerard F. Keena II as receiver over a nuisance property in San Francisco. The property has been the site of numerous building, health department and fire code violations. In addition to the structural violations at the property it has also been the site of over twenty-five calls for police service in theRead More "Gerard Keena II appointed as receiver over nuisance property in San Francisco"
What happens when property ownership is disputed? For example, if a set of parents with three children own nine properties of varying values in different cities and then they pass away without a will or trust, how will the properties be allocated to their three children? Of course, if all the children simply agreed on what to do with the properties thereRead More "Partition Referee Explained"
Ryan Griffith’s Law Review Article on Health and Safety Receivership has been published in Volume 8, Issue 3 of the Lincoln Memorial Law School’s Law Review. You can read the full article here. https://lmulawreview.scholasticahq.com/article/27453-health-and-safety-receivership-california-s-cure-for-zombie-foreclosures-vacant-and-other-nuisance-properties?fbclid=IwAR3dQQts8GZFkLQzlv7HuQ6R6vRJNxHpfKlC3BRiW_tXf4wXXfA4GXv-7QERead More "Ryan Griffith Law Review Article On Health and Safety Receivership Published by Lincoln Memorial Law School"
Attorney Ryan Griffith is pleased to have been offered to have his Law Review Article on Health and Safety Receivership be published by Lincoln Memorial University Law School in Knoxville, Tennessee. Mr. Griffith has had numerous articles published on the topic of receivership in the past few years. However, this will be his first law review on the subject of receivership. Therefore,Read More "BARG Attorney Ryan Griffith Health and Safety Receivership Law Review Article to be Published"
Excited to be speaking at CACEO’s annual conference in Tahoe on how cities can implement Neighborhood Law Programs to fight neighborhood blight. I was lucky enough to be hired to do this right out of law school when it was a new program for the Vallejo City Attorney’s Office. I think it is a great tool for cities to use, so IRead More "BARG Attorney Ryan Griffith to speak at California Association of Code Enforcement Officers Annual Conference in October"
On June 3, 2021, Gerard Keena of Bay Area Receivership Group was appointed as a receiver by the City of Sacramento to abate a nuisance property that has plagued the city for years in Sacramento County Case 2021-00297740. Since Mr. Keena’s appointment he has filed his oath, bond and inventory and the team at Bay Area Receivership Group is working to resolveRead More "BARG Appointed over Nuisance Property in Sacramento"
Bay Area Receivership Group Attorney Ryan Griffith worked with Jones & Mayer Attorney Amanda Pope and Assistant Petaluma City Attorney Dylan Brady to present to the League of Cities on Friday May 21, 2021, which was a great success. For anyone wanting to review the paper submitted to the League of Cities or the PowerPoint please see these links: Paper PowerPointRead More "League of Cities Presentation on Friday May 21, 2021"
BARG Attorney Ryan Griffith is an Executive Member of the California Lawyer’s Association. He has been putting together panels of public law attorneys he knows at each Bay Area and Northern California Law School. Ryan Griffith has enjoyed getting alumni from each school to fire up law students about their future. Mr. Griffith already moderated a panel at UC Davis on MarchRead More "ATTORNEY RYAN GRIFFITH HOSTING PUBLIC LAW ATTORNEYS AT LAW SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT CALIFORNIA"
The California League of Cities accepted BARG Attorney Ryan Griffith’s proposal to discuss receivership. The California League of Cities is made of cities all over California. Many of whom will be interested to learn about the Receivership Remedy. Speaking at the California League of Cities Attorney Conference is a tremendous honor for Ryan Griffith and Bay Area Receivership Group.Read More "BARG Attorney Ryan Griffith selected to speak at California League of Cities Attorney Conference on Receivership"