Date(s) - 2020-05-14
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Pompano Beach Office
A New Free Update for HOA and Condo Boards on How to Navigate and Prepare for Operational Challenges in Your Community from the Coronavirus
In 90 minutes, you’ll receive valuable, actionable information that will help you better manage your community’s response to the coronavirus. Register now for this FREE, informative event for community association board members.
Attorney Lisa Magill represents condominium, homeowner, cooperative, and other common-interest realty associations, including condo-hotels, country clubs, and commercial and mixed-use properties at Kaye Bender Rembaum in Pompano Beach, Fla. She’s long been active in the industry and a featured speaker on housing laws, covenant enforcement, and association operations for board members, managers, and other professionals. Lisa is a member of the College of Community Association Lawyers and in 2015, she was appointed by the Southeast Florida Chapter of Community Associations Institute as a Florida Legislative Alliance delegate.
Attorney Melissa Garcia is a shareholder at Altitude Community Law PC in Lakewood, Colo., who provides advice and counsel to Colorado associations in all areas of community association law. With more than 20 years of experience, Garcia has represented a vast range of communities and is passionate about rehabilitating the image of community associations. A frequent lecturer and participant in seminars on community associations, Garcia speaks nationally as well as locally on all issues facing associations. Garcia presents an annual series of homeowners’ association classes for several cities throughout Colorado, frequently teaches for Community Association Institute local and national events, and is a regular contributor to HOALeader.com. In 2012, she received the educator of the year award for CAI’s Southern Colorado chapter.
Attorney Susan Hawks McClintic is a co-managing shareholder and chair of the community association transactional practice group at Epsten in San Diego. McClintic’s expertise is in document interpretation, amendment, and restatement. Each fall, McClintic speaks at her firm’s legal symposium–with its 600-plus clients and guests–on new laws affecting community associations. In 2014, she gave more than 20 presentations to nearly 500 community association managers and board members on changes to California’s Davis-Stirling common interest development law. McClintic earned her law degree from the University of Notre Dame Law School.
Attorney Elizabeth White is counsel at the law firm of Sands Anderson PC in Williamsburg, Va., where she leads the firm’s national community association industry team. Widely regarded as a thought leader in this industry, White is a frequent speaker at CAI events on topics relating to community association law and is a regular contributor to such publications as www.HOAleader.com. She teaches a class on community association law at William and Mary Law School, which is the only one of its kind in Virginia and one of only a handful nationwide. White has been named one of the best lawyers in America.
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