Read an excerpt from San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s article covering our firm’s upcoming merger: Alpert Barr, Shenon Law to Merge

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Encino law firm Alpert Barr & Grant on Wednesday announced a plan to merge with Shenon Law on April 1, taking on three lawyers and two paralegals from the Sherman Oaks firm. The merger will bring “a range of expertise” to business law clients, the firm said in a statement. Alpert Barr is also relocating to accommodate its growing employee base, from its office in Encino to 15165 Ventura Blvd. in Sherman Oaks.

Read an excerpt from Realtor.com’s article: 4 Reasons to Sign a Multiyear Lease on an Apartment

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Natela Shenon of Shenon Law Group in Sherman Oaks, CA, agrees that having price predictability can be a benefit. “No matter what will happen in the economy over the course of the term of the lease, whatever price is agreed upon will stay the same. This means that the tenant also has the ability for more accurate personal-financial forecasting,” says Shenon … Staying in your current place and on a multiyear lease could bring peace of mind. “A multiyear lease gives the tenant the comfort of knowing that they can live at this place for a particular term without having to worry about possible relocation year over year,” says Shenon.

Read an excerpt from coverage in TurboTenant’s article: What are Squatter’s Rights? How Landlords Can Protect Themselves and Take Action if Needed

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This “right” can be converted to title to the property over a period of time by adverse possession, depending on a state’s law. Attorney Natela Shenon of Shenon Law Group in California, which specializes in business law, says certain elements have to be met in order for it to be effective. For example, in California she says the possession has to be hostile, notorious and continuous, without any interruption for the statutory period, which in that state is five years. 
“Another requirement in California is that the squatter has to be paying property taxes for the statutory period for the piece of land he or she is occupying,” says Shenon.

Watch the video below to see Natela interviewed on KCAL9 for segment about remote learning and its potential liabilities.

Escape Rooms Lawsuit Case Updates

Read an excerpt from coverage in Forbes’ article: In The Face Of The Covid Pandemic, Entertainment Enterprises Look For Guidance To Reopen

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Attorney Natela Shenon, who is representing 60Out Escape Rooms in an ongoing case, says California and Los Angeles County are “overstepping their executive powers by not analyzing the closures from a perspective of balancing hardship/benefit vs. risk of covid.” “The closure and reopening orders have been sloppy and vague. The County is wasting taxpayers’ dollars on useless litigation when all they have to do is fix their own oversights. There is a disconnect between health objectives and constitutional rights,” she adds.

Watch the video below to see coverage of the case that aired originally on NBC4. Natela was interviewed, along with the business owner.

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Read an excerpt from coverage in KFIAM640’s article: Niche Business Files Legal Action Over County Closure Order

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The owners of a niche business that operates seven “escape rooms” filed a legal action against Los Angeles County health officials, alleging they were ordered to close under threat of criminal action amid the coronavirus pandemic without the opportunity for a hearing.

60out seeks court orders forcing the government officials and agencies to “outline a clear process by which a business can determine whether or not it is allowed to reopen” and to provide a notice and chance to be heard before a mandated closure.

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Read an excerpt from coverage in MyNewsLA’s article: ‘Escape Rooms’ Business Demands Escape From LA County Health Honchos Shutdown: Legal Action!

60out filed the Los Angeles Superior Court petition on Wednesday against Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer and Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. Also named as defendants are Gov. Gavin Newsom, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and state Public Health Officer Sonia Y. Angell. The Shenon Law Group in Sherman Oaks is representing the plaintiff.