11.15.17
New Jersey Law Center, New Brunswick
9:00am – 4:40pm

Christine F. Li, a partner in the firm’s Real Estate Department, will serve as the program coordinator and moderator of the “2017 Community Association Law Summit,” to be presented on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 from 9:00am – 4:40pm at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick.  The annual Summit is presented by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Section and the Community Associations Institute, New Jersey Chapter (CAI-NJ).

Ms. Li will lead a panel of community association practitioners and consultants in a discussion of the key issues that face today’s association, including strategies and solutions for financial and management issues. Topics to be addressed include:

Ms. Li is Chair of the firm’s Community Association and Planned Real Estate Practice Groups.  She focuses her practice in real estate, with a concentration in planned real estate development law and condominium law.  Her work encompasses new construction condominium and subdivided lot communities, the conversion of rental properties to the condominium form of ownership, mixed-use developments, commercial and business condominiums, workouts of distressed communities, community association law, and the registration of planned real estate developments with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA).  She has experience in the acquisition and sale, mortgage financing and leasing of commercial and residential real estate, and provides litigation support in cases involving construction defects and transition from sponsor to unit owner control.  Ms. Li’s community association representation includes general counseling, collections, and alternative dispute resolution.  A frequent lecturer on community association law, she is a co-author of New Jersey Condominium and Community Association Law.

Additional program information and registration at: http://bit.ly/2qpJk9T

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