Harcourt Hotel Housing Lawyers

Court Conditionally Approves Class Settlement

On September 8, 2017, the San Francisco County Superior Court signed an Order for Preliminary Approval of Class Action Settlement, a copy of the notice can be found here. The certified class is defined as:

Individuals who stayed at the Harcourt Hotel and were required to move, or check out or reregister, before the expiration of 30 days of occupancy, between June 18, 2011 and June 17, 2014.”

Hooshmand Law Group was appointed as class counsel and will represent all class members who decide not to opt-out of the class.

If you believe you qualify as a member of the class defined above, please contact Marielena Lopez at (415) 318-5709 or contact us online.


Hooshmand Law Group is representing a class of past tenants and guests of the Harcourt Hotel in San Francisco, California. If you lived or stayed at the Harcourt Hotel between or July 1, 2008 and April 25, 2014 you may be a potential class member. Please contact plaintiffs’ counsel, Mark Hooshmand or Tyson Redenbarger at 415-318-5709, or via email at tyson@lawmmh.com for more information. CASE FACTS: The Harcourt Hotel is charged with violations of the Health and Safety Code and the San Francisco Rent Ordinance. Specific violations include making Hotel occupants move rooms or check out and re-register to prevent the occupant from obtaining tenancy rights. Additional violations include the failure to pay relocation fees when occupants were forced to move or change rooms ACTIONS: If you lived or stayed at the Harcourt Hotel since May 23, 2010, you may be a potential class member. The Plaintiffs are represented by the Hooshmand Law Group, which has expertise in prosecuting tenant lawsuits. If you wish to discuss this action or have questions about your rights, please contact us.