Category: Speaking Engagements & Firm Events

Shareholder Crystal Riggins will be moderating “Leaders Create More Leaders: Leading and Developing Diverse Leaders In-House and in Law Firms” on April 18th

By Hoge Fenton | 03.27.2019 | Speaking Engagements & Firm Events

Hoge Fenton will be hosting the Leaders Create More Leaders: Leading and Developing Diverse Leaders In-House and in Law Firms, presented by California Minority Counsel Program on Thursday April 18, 2019. Please join us for this program and networking event bringing together minority lawyers working in law firms and corporations for a roundtable discussion of best practices for developing the next generation of minority lawyers and leaders. Hoge Fenton, Shareholder Crystal Riggins will be moderating the program along side our panel featuring Merritt Anderson, VP of Employee Experience & Engagement of GitHub, Cassandra Knight, VP, Chief Litigation Officer of PayPal, and S. Michael Lee, Senior Associate Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP. Possible Topics Include: (a) unique issues in leading and managing as a minority, (b) debating formal versus informal mentoring systems, and (c) balancing providing support with providing opportunities to succeed or learn from failure. The roundtable will be followed by a hosted networking reception. 1 hour CA MCLE Recognition and Elimination of Bias credit Location: 60 South Market Street, 2nd Floor San Jose, CA 95113 Schedule: 5:30pm – 6:00pm – Registration & Networking 6:00pm – 7:00pm – Program 7:00pm – 8:00pm – Networking Reception Pricing: CMCP Member: No Cost Non-Members: $35.00 Register Here Download Flyer Here

Shareholder Sean A. Cottle to Speak at the Bay Area Real Estate Affinity Group’s Opportunity Zones and 1031 Exchange Program

By Hoge Fenton | 03.25.2019 | Speaking Engagements & Firm Events

Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019 Time: Networking 12:00 pm – 12:20 pm; Meeting 12:20 pm-1:30 pm. Place: Wendel Rosen Black & Dean at 1111 Broadway, 19th floor in Oakland – 12th St BART station. Program Topic: Learn about ways to defer paying capital gains taxes by investing in Opportunity Zones and using 1031 exchanges. The 2017 tax law amendments established Opportunity Zones to encourage investing in certain census tracts by deferring or eliminating federal taxes on capital gains on such investments. Sean Cottle, a real estate lawyer at Hoge Fenton, and James Callejas, a vice president at IPX 1031, will explain Opportunity Zone investments and their benefits and provide an update on 1031 exchanges. About BAREL (Bay Area Real Estate Affinity Group): An “Affinity” (Interest) Group for real estate professionals who are members of Provisors. BAREL meets six times per year (1st Wednesday of even numbered months). Please visit www.provisors.com for more information about ProVisors.


By Hoge Fenton | 03.21.2019 | Speaking Engagements & Firm Events

  Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2019 Location: Silicon Valley Capital Club 50 W San Fernando St, Suite 1700 San Jose, CA 95113 Time: 11:30 A.M. Registration & buffet lunch | 12:00 Noon Program begins Opportunity Zones are everywhere: Literally and figuratively. The place-based economic incentive has launched a frenzy for deals in these 8,000 zones spread throughout the country. This new tax incentive is designed to spur investment in these specific geographies, and the Bay Area has Zones throughout San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, as well as Redwood City, Fremont, Gilroy and elsewhere. Downtown San Jose in particular is getting a lot of buzz. In addition to real estate developers, commercial tenants are also poised to benefit. So how does the incentive work, and how can real estate industry professionals, and tenants take advantage? Featuring: Sean A. Cottle Shareholder Hoge Fenton Kelly Kline Chief Economic Development and Land Use Officer, Office of San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo Joshua Burroughs Chief Operating Officer and SVP of Development, Urban Catalyst Moderator: Brian Franklin Vice President Morgan Stanley REGISTRATION: REGISTER HERE CREW Members $55 | Nonmembers $95 Register by Thursday, April 4, 2019* *$10 late fee for registrations received after 4/4/19 or at the door. If you have questions, please email Michelle Goudeaux.

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