I want to use this post to remind you about changes in the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), which went into effect March 15. They may not affect you and your self-storage business today, but if you remodel, make substantial renovations (which could include new asphalt), or plan to build or expand, you need to [...]
The ISS Expo is fast approaching, and for those of you attending, there is a four-hour, intensive workshop called Legal Learning Live. It requires a separate registration fee, but I think it’s well worth the investment. During the session, we’ll take apart lien-sale requirements and thoughts before proceeding to sale, the special requirements/considerations of vehicle [...]
Over the last several years, many of you have signed up for my self-storage newsletter. My intentions were really good, but it takes a lot of time to put together a full newsletter; and I often just need to let you know about something quickly, share a short thought or legal development. Technology being what [...]
Welcome to our ‘under construction’ blog. If you are reading this, the site is still being built from the ground up, so pardon the dust while we work on getting things in order for 2012. Until then, be sure to review the current details on selfstoragelegal.com.
The Sounds of Storage podcast, hosted by Inside Self-Storage and sponsored by Self-Storage Talk, welcomed industry attorney and legal thought leader Jeffrey Greenberger. A partner at Cincinnati-based Katz, Greenberger & Norton LLP, Jeff and SST Community Manager John Carlisle chat about how Jeff began practicing self-storage law, the common legal mistakes that drive him crazy, and [...]