wobbe_julie__wb_img_8229Julia Wobbe is an associate at the Tobener Ravenscroft. In 2009, she earned her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice with a pre-law emphasis from California State University of Sacramento. In 2012, she earned her Juris Doctor degree from Santa Clara University School of Law. During law school, Ms. Wobbe earned a certificate in Public Interest and Social Justice Law and was a member of the Trial Team. As an attorney, Ms. Wobbe has tried more than a dozen jury trials to verdict.

EDUCATION

JD, Santa Clara University BS, California State University of Sacramento

Articles

Hayward Rent Control

April 11, 2019

THE CITY OF HAYWARD’S RESIDENTIAL RENT STABILIZATION AND TENANT PROTECTION ORDINANCE The City of Hayward’s new Residential Rent Stabilization and Tenant Protection Ordinance, which went into effect July 25, 2019, caps annual rent increases to a certain small percentage (“Residential Rent Increase Threshold”) and limits evictions to only those reasons enumerated under the law (“Just […] Read More

Richmond Rent Control

August 16, 2018

The City of Richmond has a rent increase limitation ordinance (“Richmond Rent Control”), which caps the annual amount a landlord can increase rent, and a just cause eviction ordinance (“Richmond Eviction Control”), which protects tenants from eviction absent one of the enumerated just causes for eviction. RICHMOND, CAL., MUN. CODE. art. XI, § 11.100 et […] Read More

Elder Care Facilities

February 8, 2015

TENANT RIGHTS IN ELDER RESIDENCE FACILITIES People who are elderly are often very vulnerable to abuse and neglect while residing in an elder residence facility. If you or a loved one is an elderly person suffering from abuse or neglect at the hands of an elder residence facility or its employees, you may be entitled […] Read More

Elder Facility Evictions

A Skilled Nursing Facility or a Residential Care Facility for the Elderly may only evict a resident for a reason specifically described in the statutes regulating such facilities. If a resident is evicted for a reason that does not appear in a code, the resident may have an action for wrongful eviction. Read More

Support Animals

January 2, 2014

It is unlawful for a landlord to unreasonably deny a disabled tenant a support, emotional support, or service animal or attempt to evict or refuse to rent to a disabled tenant with a support or service animal. A landlord is also prohibited from requiring pet rent or pet deposits for support or service animals. Under […] Read More

Asbestos

September 2, 2010

Asbestos and the Warranty of Habitability Out of the many repair issues that can affect a tenant, one of the most dangerous is asbestos. Asbestos is a common building material found in older dwellings. It is found in ceilings, paint, insulation and a large number of other common products. When asbestos is airborne or friable, […] Read More