Christine F. Li, a partner in the firm’s Real Estate Department, is the organizer and moderator of a seminar on “Fundamentals of Community Association Law,” to be presented on Thursday, June 22 from 9:00am – 1:00pm at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. The program will be presented by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, in cooperation with the NJSBA Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section and the New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute.
This popular program features a panel of community association law professionals who will provide a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of this highly specialized area of the law, which encompass a number of legal practice areas including business, real estate, litigation, environmental, bankruptcy, collections, and administrative law. The speakers will provide a foundation and important resources to help manage numerous issues often confronted by associations, their governing boards, owners, managing agents, and professionals such as accountants and engineers.
Ms. Li 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 chairs the firm’s Community Association and Planned Real Estate Practice Groups.
Additional program information and registration details at: www.njicle.com.