Join David A. Kline, Esq. and Susan M. Hawks McClintic, Esq at our San Diego office for our first Legal Lesson. Participants will learn about all the disclosures that must be made to the members on an annual basis. Many disclosures have to be included in the Annual Budget Report or Annual Policy Statement that is sent to the members toward the end of each fiscal year. Other disclosures can or should be made at the beginning of the next fiscal year. Learn everything you need to do to comply with these confusing legal requirements.
Legislative Updates, New Case Law, Current Issues & Trends,
Social Media, Next Door & Neighbor-to-Neighbor Issues, Two Truths and a Lie: Fact vs. Fiction
Exhibitor Networking, Attorney Q&A and/or Attorney Roundtable Discussions
Breakfast and lunch is provided.
Our 2017 San Diego and Coachella Valley Legal Symposia are CACM-approved for 2 CEUs and CAI approved for 5 CE credits (www.camicb.org).
A series of presentations on community association legal issues unique to our desert communities.
Coachella Valley associations are confronted with challenges unlike those found elsewhere—lifestyle, demographics, infrastructure and facilities all evolve differently in our historical and physical environment. At Epsten Grinnell & Howell, our perspective and understanding of these issues has been shaped by years of local presence.
Attend these FREE events with Epsten Grinnell & Howell’s attorneys, who will share their insights on legal challenges of particular concern to our Valley’s community associations.
Our Annual Legal Symposium offers comprehensive legal information for our clients, community association boards and community association managers. This is an exclusive opportunity to meet with our team and hear our attorneys provide updates and insight on case law and legislative changes and trends.
We invite you to join hundreds of your colleagues for a complimentary day of:
- Exhibitor networking
- Legislative and case law updates
- Attorney Q&A and round tables
- Best practices and hot topics specific to community associations
Refreshments will be provided with breakfast and lunch.
This event is pending CACM-approval for 2 CEUs and is pending approval for
5 CMCA credits by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB). www.camicb.org
Community managers looking to continue their professional growth and expertise in community association management while earning CE credits are invited to join us for a complimentary one hour lunch and learn program. Jillian M. Wright, Esq. and David A. Kline, Esq. will share their insights on short-term rentals.