Would you like to learn about North Carolina HOA and condominium law changes and trends? Then plan to attend the NC Community Association Law Day on Friday, October 19 in Raleigh!
Law Day is always a popular program organized by the North Carolina Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. Attendees include planned community and condo board members, community leaders, and community managers. Speakers include many of the most experienced community association professionals in the state.
Law Day Details
The 2018 Community Association Law Day will be held on Friday, October 19. This year’s program will be in Raleigh at the McKimmon Center (1101 Gorman Street). Start time is 8:30 am. The cost is $99 per attendee and includes lunch.
The schedule is as follows:
- 8:30 Introduction/Remarks
- 9-10 Learning Sessions (1 hour each in four different rooms)
- 10-11 Learning Sessions (1 hour each in four different rooms)
- 11-12 Learning Sessions (1 hour each in four different rooms)
- 12-1 Luncheon & Community Excellence Awards
- 1-2 Learning Session (1 hour each in four different rooms)
- 2-3 Q&A Panel!
Law Firm Carolinas will be well-represented at Law Day 2018 with four attorneys leading presentations. Our attorneys and their topics follow. If any of these programs interest you, please find us!
Jim Slaughter – Who’s Going to Fix My Property? HOA/Condo Maintenance, Repair & Casualty (Including Major Weather Events)
Who’s responsible for fixing your single family home, townhome or condo? And who’s going to pay for it? How does insurance fit in? Explore these questions and more. This topic is especially relevant in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
David Wilson (and agent Dawn Becker-Durnin) – Understanding D&O and Cyber Liability Insurance
“Oh no, the money is all gone—now what do we do?” Hopefully, your community has never had to deal with this situation. From protection against the latest cyber-crimes to good old-fashioned litigation, the right insurance policy can be a life saver for your HOA or condo. This program helps boards and managers better understand what their Directors and Officers (“D&O”) policy covers, what cyber insurance is, what protections the law provides for volunteer boards, and things to consider with different policies. Come learn from the good and bad experiences of others and be more confident that your community has protection for what may come next.
Michael Taliercio & Adam Marshall – Collection Minefields
Common difficulties in collection cases, including
(1) Avoiding issues prior to turning an owner over to the attorney for collections
(2) Collecting Fines: Are the fines enforceable? Was the proper process followed?
(3) Disputed debts and contested foreclosure hearings
(4) Owners in bankruptcy
More information, including a listing of topics and registration details, can be found at the NC CAI Community Calendar.
Hope to see you there!