6.19.12
New Jersey Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ
9am - 12:30pm

Community associations constantly confront a broad spectrum of issues in managing the affairs of the residents of condominiums and other planned communities. There is no shortage of problems and concerns arising from common interest ownership due to use of common facilities and services which are featured in these communities and the shared expenses. The tools to resolve the legal issues faced by these associations span several legal practice areas – business, real estate, litigation, environmental, bankruptcy, collections, administrative law, to name just a few.

GRS&D Partner Christine F. Li will moderate and be a part of the highly experienced panel of community association law experts who will introduce you to the fundamentals of community association law, and give you a foundation and resources to deal with issues confronted by associations, their governing boards, owners, and other professionals, such as managing agents, accountants, and engineers.

Panelists:

A. Christopher Florio, Esq.
Stark & Stark

Caroline Record, Esq.
Berman, Sauter, Record & Jardim, PC

Click here for the flyer or visit NJICLE for more information.

Agenda

9:00 to 9:40 - Welcome and three topics – Christine F. Li, Esq.

9:40 The Basics (approx 15 minutes per topic)

12:10 Q&A

12:30 Adjourn

**A 10 minute break will be taken midway through the program

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