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Silver & Wright LLP to Lead Four Classes at CACEO’s 2022 Code Conference in October

Sep 22, 2022

Silver & Wright LLP is a platinum sponsor at the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO’s) 2022 Code Conference, and our attorneys are teaching four classes during the four-day event. 

Silver & Wright LLP is a platinum sponsor at the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO’s) 2022 Code Conference, and our attorneys are teaching four classes during the four-day event. 

Our attorneys will be providing registered attendees with annual code enforcement updates, insight on SB296, invaluable information on inspection and abatement, along with a closing keynote.

S&W’s attorney’s will be teaching the following sessions:

  • Partner Curtis Wright – Annual Code Enforcement Updates (October 25th)
  • Attorney Kellie Shin – SB296 (October 25th)
  • Partner Valerie Escalante Troesh – Inspection and Abatement 101 (October 27th)
  • Partner Matthew Silver – Closing Keynote (October 27th)

“Our firm is looking forward to supporting another CACEO Code Conference as it truly aligns with Silver & Wright LLP’s mission of elevating public safety and the code enforcement profession. Our expert attorneys are filled with knowledge on SB296, inspections, abatements, and with our Partner Valerie Escalante Troesh being a Certified Code Officer Safety Specialist – our team is filled with invaluable information that can better equip those in the profession with the tools and resources that are needed to remain safe and succeed.”

Founding Partner Matthew Silver

CACEO’s 2022 Code Conference is being held October 24th to October 27th at the Hyatt Regency in Orange County; and over 30 sessions are scheduled. 

To learn more, visit https://www.caceo.us/page/2022ConferenceHome.

ABOUT SILVER & WRIGHT, LLP.

Located in Irvine, California, Silver & Wright is a leading law firm specializing in municipal law, code enforcement matters, nuisance abatement, police services, and receivership. Visit SilverWrightLaw.com for further information.

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