Join us for a Legal Round table discussion that will take place during our 20th Annual Golf Outing at Cedarbrook Country Club in Blue Bell. When you register to attend this education session you receive free admission into our golf outing after party! Register soon...space is limited to the first 32 managers that register!
This program will feature four round-table topics:
Topic: Imposition of Leasing Caps and Restrictions in Community Associations.
Speaker: Preston Satchell, Marcus & Hoffman
There are many communities that impose restrictions and limits on Unit Owners’ ability to lease their Units. This discussion will address the legal viability to those restrictions and steps needed to impose restrictions if they are not present. Additionally, the discussion will address short term leasing, such as Airbnb. The discussion will also address and the positive and negative aspects of those limits and restrictions.
Topic: Understanding the Association’s options when an owner files Bankruptcy
Speaker: Richard Linderman, Esq., Ansell Grimm & Aaron
Bankruptcy often seems like a confusing and daunting matter. But it doesn’t have to! Come learn simple ideas, actions and strategy to help protect your Community and maximize the assessment recovery when an unit owner files for bankruptcy.
Topic: Establishing and Administering Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs in Community Associations
Speaker: Matthew Collins, Esq., Stark & Stark
This session will identify some of the practical considerations surrounding the recent changes to the law brought on by House Bill 595 and the interplay of alternative dispute resolution. The presentation will also explore some of the more efficient methods for introducing such programs to community associations as well as exploring some of the more effective alternative dispute resolution models
Topic: Draining the Swamp: Issues associations should be aware of in taking over stormwater management facilities.
Speaker: Carl Weiner, Esq., Hamburg Rubin Mullin Maxwell & Lupin
This topic will address (1) transitioning stormwater facilities from the developer to the association; (2) regulations governing stormwater management; and, (3) plans and agreements that association managers and homeowners should be familiar with.
Attendance to this session is strictly limited to homeowners and managers only.
Seating is limited, so sign up early!
*Rates listed are for early bird registration only. pricing increases after 9/10/2018
This course is approved by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill continuing education requirements for the CMCA® certification. This course will earn managers (2) continuing education credit hours, which also help satisfy the requirements to apply for the PCAM designation.
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