BARG Attorney Ryan Griffith has published an article on Drug Abatement Laws in the Daily Journal, which explains how cities/counties can utilize drug abatement laws to rid cities of drug houses in their communities and appoint a receiver when necessary. BARG has been appointed as a Receiver for Drug Abatement issues in San Jose, Elk Grove and numerous other cities and the
Ryan Griffith Attorney & Associate Receiver at Bay Area Receivership Group has been selected as the Vice Chair for the California Lawyers Association Public Law Section and his term will begin on September 19, 2022.
Bay Area Receivership Group Attorney Ryan Griffith has been selected to present not once, but twice at the 2022 California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO) annual conference. Mr. Griffith’s presentations will be on Neighborhood Law Programs and Red Light/Drug Abatement Actions. The presentations will take place on Wednesday October 26th from 9:00-10:30 and then from 3:30-5:15. Always a pleasure to speak
Ryan Griffith and Amanda Pope from Jones & Mayer spoke at the League of Cities Leadership Summit to explain to Mayors and City Council Members throughout California about the receivership process. How Cities Can Abate Nuisance Properties at No Cost
Bay Area Receivership Group has been appointed as a receiver to resolve a Ponzi scheme uncovered by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. A Federal Judge in Sacramento appointed Bay Area Receivership Group last week. A brief article explaining the allegations has been released by the CFTC, which can be read here . https://www.cftc.gov/PressRoom/PressReleases/8524-22
BARG Attorney Ryan Griffith is excited to be speaking about receiverships at the League of Cities Leadership Summit next week on May 12th.
Bay Area Receivership Group was recently appointed over two nuisance properties. One in the City of Vallejo and another in the City of Fremont. The court orders have been signed and Bay Area Receivership Group will begin the process of abating the dangerous conditions presented by these properties.
BARG Attorney Ryan Griffith will be moderating a panel for the California Lawyers Association Public Law Section at my law school Golden Gate University on February 2 via zoom. The panel will consist of all GGU Alumni working in public law and I think it is great event for anyone interested in a public law career or if you are just
Seattle University Law Review has agreed to publish Ryan Griffith’s Law Review Article on how cannabis businesses locked out of bankruptcy court by the Controlled Substances Act can seek financial rehabilitation using state receivership laws. Seattle
Ryan Griffith’s latest article on how tenants can utilize the receivership remedy to help fight against uninhabitable conditions was published by the Daily Journal. Tenant Receivership Article