Save the Dates for 2020!

Registration: 8/1/20
Rancho Mirage: 11/6/20
San Diego: 12/4/20

 

Our Annual Legal Symposium offers timely, comprehensive legal information on topics relevant to community association law. This is an exclusive opportunity for clients, community association boards, and community association managers to hear the firm’s top attorneys provide updates and insight on case law, legislative changes and emerging trends important to the practice of community association law.

With annual sessions each fall in San Diego and the Coachella Valley, our Legal Symposium provides an excellent opportunity for networking with hundreds of industry colleagues and for visiting with exhibitors who provide valuable services to the community association industry.

Join us for Legislative Updates, New Case Law, Current Issues & Trends, Exhibitor Networking, Attorney Q&A and/or Attorney Round Table Discussions.

To request a copy of the materials provided during our 2019 Legal Symposium, please visit our Request Publications page.

These events provide community managers with continuing education credits via CACM and CAI (CAMICB). Our 2019 programs were CACM-approved for 2 CEUs and approved for 5 CEUs by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill continuing education requirements for the CMCA® certification. (www.camicb.org).

 

“We close our office every year to attend this event. It makes us that much more valuable to our clients.” 

 

 

“…another very well executed and informative Epsten, Grinnell and Howell Legal Symposium is now history. The whole conference is very well organized, agenda/clock driven, and “lesson learned” focused for the benefit of all of us who attend this annual event. Our HOA owners benefit from the quality and quantity of the information shared at this conference. It takes a whole lot of time and money resources to make a professional conference like this happen. My thanks to all of you for investing the resources required to make us better HOA serving Board members.” – John S.

 

 

 

Pursuant to the State Bar of California Rules of Professional Conduct Epsten, APC is notifying you that this program and/or materials are being provided for advertising purposes. The content provided contains suggestions and opinions on general legal issues involving California community associations and common interest developments. This content is for educational purposes only, is not intended for commercial use and may not be relied upon in addressing any specific legal issues. Specific policies and procedures that your association, management company and/or law firm have developed may differ and may fully satisfy all applicable laws. Copyright by EPSTEN, APC, unless otherwise indicated. Materials may not be reproduced or distributed without express permission of Epsten, APC.

For additional information, please contact Tiffany Christian at 800-300-1704 or [email protected].