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Community Association Institute (CAI) Joins Forces with the Community Advocacy Network (CAN) in the Fight Against Specially Taxing Homeowners – Vote No HB 203/SB 722

“CAI’s Florida Legislative Alliance has been advocating for strong public policy in Florida’s communities for decades and this partnership is part of our grassroots advocacy efforts to educate legislators on the negative implications HB 203 and SB 722 would have on the 9 million residents living in Florida condominiums and homeowners associations,” said Dawn Bauman, […]

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Like Your Lawyer? Really? Yes. It is not only possible but preferable.

“We love what we do and who we work with,” said attorney Alan Garfinkel a founding partner of Florida law firm Katzman Garfinkel. “Leigh (Katzman) and I want to eliminate any barriers between our firm and our clients.

“We love what we do and who we work with,” said attorney Alan Garfinkel a founding partner of Florida law firm Katzman Garfinkel. “Leigh (Katzman) and I want to eliminate any barriers between our firm and our clients.

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Katzman Garfinkel Wins Top Community Association Honors From Readers of FLCAJ

Florida Community Association Journal announces statewide law firm, Katzman Garfinkel, as the Diamond Award Winner for Legal Services and Technology & Communications at its 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards On Wednesday, January 8, 2014, the law firm of Katzman Garfinkel & Berger accepted two First Place Readers’ Choice Awards for the Legal Services and Technology & […]

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High & Mighty When Boards Go Overboard

There’s nothing worse than being a unit owner in a building and seeing someone on your board breaking a rule and seemingly getting away with it. Some board members believe that they are “above the law” so to speak, and seem to be operating under a different set of rules than the rest of the […]

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Board Member Basics

As the laws and regulations that govern community associations are annually modified, learning all the rules that regulate community associations can be a daunting task for board members. To help board members learn the intricacies of the laws, the Katzman Garfinkel law firm that represents community associations has a Law and Learning Center in Margate […]

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The dogfight between South Florida pet owners, condo associations

Steve Vincent lives in a pet-free condo in Miami Beach. The bylaws clearly say so. No one who purchases a unit there can credibly claim otherwise.
And yet the Bay Garden Manor Condominium on West Avenue has its share of dogs.

Steve Vincent lives in a pet-free condo in Miami Beach. The bylaws clearly say so. No one who purchases a unit there can credibly claim otherwise.
And yet the Bay Garden Manor Condominium on West Avenue has its share of dogs.

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Katzman Garfinkel Launches Latest Version of its CondoHOALaw “App”

Katzman Garfinkel the leader in community association law in the state of Florida, today released the latest version of its free CondoHOALaw Application, or “app,” to the general public for free, immediate download and use on the Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android Smartphones.

Katzman Garfinkel the leader in community association law in the state of Florida, today released the latest version of its free CondoHOALaw Application, or “app,” to the general public for free, immediate download and use on the Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android Smartphones.

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Hurricane Sandy: Hollywood Reads Insurance Fine Print in Storm’s Aftermath

An entertainment insurance veteran says that the industry can expected to be covered for their big losses, but there might be some fights over what expenses can be recouped. For some in the entertainment industry looking to recover losses due to the devastating hurricane that hit the Northeast earlier this week, a broken construction crane dangling a thousand feet in the air is emblematic.

An entertainment insurance veteran says that the industry can expected to be covered for their big losses, but there might be some fights over what expenses can be recouped. For some in the entertainment industry looking to recover losses due to the devastating hurricane that hit the Northeast earlier this week, a broken construction crane dangling a thousand feet in the air is emblematic.

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Katzman Garfinkel hold forum to discuss Florida constitutional amendments

Will you be heading into the Ballot Box come November without any real information on the substance of the eleven (11) amendments being proposed to Florida’s Constitution? Once you draw that curtain, will that be the first time you see or think about these amendments, which cover a wide variety of issues including homestead, veterans’ benefits, reproductive rights, property taxes and religious school funding?

Will you be heading into the Ballot Box come November without any real information on the substance of the eleven (11) amendments being proposed to Florida’s Constitution? Once you draw that curtain, will that be the first time you see or think about these amendments, which cover a wide variety of issues including homestead, veterans’ benefits, reproductive rights, property taxes and religious school funding?

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Community Association Institute (CAI) Joins Forces with the Community Advocacy Network (CAN) in the Fight Against Specially Taxing Homeowners – Vote No HB 203/SB 722