Christine F. Li, co-Chair of the firm’s Community Association Practice Group, will moderate the seminar “What Would You Do? – Legal Issues Impacting Community Associations” on Tuesday, September 17, 2019. The Legal Forum presentation is being sponsored by the Community Associations Institute New Jersey Chapter (CAI-NJ), and will take place at the Stonebridge Community Association in Monroe Township from 9:20am – 12:30pm.
Ms. Li will moderate a panel discussion among leading attorneys practicing in the niche area of community association law. Greenbaum partner Robert J. Flanagan III, co-Chair with Ms. Li of the Community Association Practice group, will participate as a panelist.
Property managers, board members, lawyers and other community association professionals are invited to join in the discussion at this interactive program, which will focus on issues including:
- How to handle a “gadfly” who disrupts board and association meetings and challenges decisions made by board members
- What to do if an owner wants a charging station for their electric car and your community has shared parking areas
- How to handle a board that consistently conducts business by email and text, or inappropriately shares these exchanges with non-board members or others
- How should you handle a resident who allegedly harasses others
- How can an association handle owners who repeatedly demand access to the association’s books and records and are never satisfied
- What can you do if association members use social media to criticize the board and its members
- How do you enforce rules regarding smoking, pets, clubhouse use, etc.
Ms. Li focuses her practice in real estate, with a concentration in planned real estate development law and condominium law. Her community association representation includes general counseling, collections, and alternative dispute resolution.
Mr. Flanagan concentrates his practice in litigation and community association law. He serves as general counsel to a number of condominium and homeowners associations.
The registration form for this program is available at: What Would You Do?