For years, one might have responded with the follow up question: “Is the failure to provide proof of renter’s insurance a material or trivial breach of the lease?”
Katie Jones is a shareholder in Miller Starr Regalia’s Walnut Creek office. She represents developers, property owners, retailers, office and industrial users in a variety of real estate transactions, with an emphasis on commercial leasing. Katie also has extensive experience representing clients in acquisitions and dispositions of office, industrial and retail properties.
In addition, Katie has represented clients in a broad range of real estate litigation matters.
J.D., University of California Davis School of Law (2007)
- Editor-in-Chief, Journal of International Law and Policy
B.A., University of California, Santa Barbara, Business Economics (2002)
Contra Costa County Bar Association, Real Estate Section
International Council of Shopping Centers
Leadership Contra Costa Alumni
Urban Land Institute
Chapter 34, “Landlord and Tenant,” Miller & Starr, California Real Estate 4th, By Karl E. Geier and Xavier L. Gutierrez (update author) (2016, 2017)
“The Future Of Dual Agency In California Real Estate,” Law360, September 16, 2016
“Commercial Real Estate Brokers Now Subject to the Same Dual Agency and Disclosure Laws as Residential Brokers,” Miller Starr Regalia Legal Update, December 15, 2014
Chapter 4, “Premises,” Retail Leasing: Drafting and Negotiating the Lease, California CEB, 2014 and 2015 (author of chapter update)
“Section 8 Housing: Safety Net or Tangled Web? An Overview of Section 8 Tenancy Termination and Related Due Process Issues,” Miller & Starr, California Real Estate Newsalert, Vol. 23, No. 2, November 2012
MSR has promoted attorneys Katie Jones, Giselle Roohparvar and Brian Shaffer to shareholder.
Both Sean and Katie have honed their skills and become an integral part of the firm.
Legal Update: Commercial Real Estate Brokers Now Subject to the Same Dual Agency and Disclosure Laws as Residential Brokers
Commercial real estate brokers and salespersons will be required to comply with a stringent set of agency disclosure requirements.