Friday, September 25, 2015
I am delighted to be a panelist on two upcoming webinars on the sharing economy hosted by the ABA.
The first webinar, Is Sharing Really Caring? Part I: The Law of Transportation Sharing: Uber, Lyft, and the Sharing Economy, will be held on October 16, 2015 and will offer 1.50 CLEs. Here is the description:
Registered attendees of this webinar will be eligible for a 20% discount on part 2, taking place on October 28, 2015: Is Sharing Really Caring? Part 2: The Laws of Sharing Residential Properties (Airbnb, VRBO etc.) .
The second webinar, Is Sharing Really Caring? Part 2: The Laws of Sharing Residential Properties (Airbnb, VRBO etc.), will be held on October 28, 2015 and will also offer 1.50 CLEs. Here is the description:
Businesses such as Airbnb, VRBO, Couchsurfing, and FlipKey allow residents to "share" their apartment or house with a visitor for a fee. Use of these services is widespread and runs the gamut from renters making extra cash "sharing" a spare bedroom on the weekend, to owners "sharing" homes on a short-term but full-time basis with a parade of visitors, to entrepreneurs developing quasi-hotels and marketing them exclusively through "sharing" sites. Short-term rental services raise a host of legal and regulatory questions, but the answers may vary depending on how these services are used, by whom, and how often.
Registered attendees of this webinar will be eligible for a 20% discount on part 1, taking place on October 16, 2015: Is Sharing Really Caring? Part 1: The Laws of Transportation Sharing, Uber, Lyft, etc..
More details are available at the links. I hope some of you can join us!