Contact Us

Community Association Attorneys

Call Toll Free
(800) 393-1529

Continuing Education Series

Provider: #0004574
Course: #9626498
Instructor
TBA
Credit Information
2 hours manager continuing education Human Resource credits
Other Continuing Education Classes for Managers and Directors

A Primer on Employment Law for Association Directors and Managers: Avoiding Potential Problems as an Association Employer

TBA

Date: TBA
Time: TBA
Location: TBA

Navigating the somewhat murky waters of Employment Law can be tricky when dealing with such sensitive issues as discrimination and sexual harassment. This course will provide directors and managers with the tools to deal effectively with these issues as well as workplace safety, employee privacy and avoiding problems in the role of employer.

Provider: #0004574
Course: #9626832
Instructor
TBA
Credit Information
2 hours manager continuing education Operation of the Community Association's Physical Property or Elective credits
Other Continuing Education Classes for Managers and Directors

Turnover from Developer Control: Smooth Sailing or Rough Seas?

2 Hours

Date: TBA
Time: TBA
Location: TBA

This is a fast-paced, interactive course that gives participants a thorough background when preparing for and taking over control of their community association from their developer. We will examine the statutory time frames for turnover to occur, some of the familiar problems associated with turnover as well as strategies to overcome those problems and what goodwill items should be requested of developers exiting the community. Participants will leave knowing how to hit the ground running when the turnover meeting is right around the corner. Don't miss this only class of its kind in Florida. Sign up now!

Provider: #0004574
Course: #9626843
Instructor
TBA
Credit Information
2 hours manager continuing education Insurance and Financial Management or Elective credits
Other Continuing Education Classes for Managers and Directors

Assessment Collections and Foreclosure: Customizing Collection Strategies for Community Associations

TBA

Date: TBA
Time: TBA
Location: TBA

This timely and useful class provides an overview of the various creative options and strategies available to community associations to move the collection process forward, while shedding light on the many complicated issues that can crop up during the collection process and how to surmount them.

Provider: #0004574
Course: #9626831
Instructor
TBA
Credit Information
2 hours manager continuing education Operation of the Community Association's Physical Property, Insurance and Financial Management or Elective credits
Other Continuing Education Classes for Managers and Directors

Community Association Insurance Litigation

TBA

Date: TBA
Time: TBA
Location: TBA

This course provides participants with the ins and outs of insurance and civil litigation for community associations. We will discuss the different types of claims as well as the process for filing those claims, along with the necessary steps for recovering insurance proceeds and other matters that will affect a board's and manager's fiduciary responsibilities related to insurance claims.

Provider: #0004574
Course: #9626893
Instructor
TBA
Credit Information
2 hours manager continuing education Elective credits.
Other Continuing Education Classes for Managers and Directors

The Death of Your HOA Governing Documents: Avoiding/Recovering from the Impact of The Marketable Record Title Act (MRTA)



Date: TBA
Time: TBA
Location:

This course is a primer on the preservation and/or revitalization of your HOA’s governing documents; what are the consequences if your governing documents are extinguished by MRTA? How can you extend your HOA covenants beyond 30 years? What are the statutory requirements for preserving your HOA covenants? What are the requirements for reviving or revitalizing your extinguished documents?

Provider: #0004574
Course: #9626485
Instructor
TBA
Credit Information
2 hours manager continuing education Elective credits.
Other Continuing Education Classes for Managers and Directors

Man’s Best Friend; An Association’s Worst Nightmare? A Guide to Understanding and Responding to Requests for Emotional Support Animals

2 Hours

Date: TBA
Time: TBA
Location: TBA

It can be quite confusing and often frustrating when residents in no-pet communities seek approval for an “emotional support animal” to accommodate a disability that is not readily observable. This class will explain the basics of the Fair Housing Act, the impact of this act upon no-pet communities, and provide strategies to assist boards and managers in handling support animal requests in a manner that best protects the association’s interests while maintaining compliance with Fair Housing regulations.

Reload
Refresh the Web Page to
try the Contact Form Again
test