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Community Associations Law Update

You can catch Lerch Early's community associations attorneys at upcoming Community Associations Institute events:

CAI Annual Conference & Expo

Friday, May 11 | 3:45 PM-4:45 PM
This year's national Community Associations Institute conference will take place in DC at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, so this is an opportunity for local property managers and board members to attend the national event.

Ruth Katz and Jeremy Tucker will present on "How to Prevail with a Polarizing President" covering best practices for coping with an overzealous association president. They are co-presenting with Worman's Mill Community Conservancy's Vicki Eaton and Community Association Services' Aimee Winegar. More info and sign up here: https://www.caionline.org/Events/2018Conference/Pages/default.aspx

Chesapeake Region Chapter CAI Educational Breakfast Seminar

Wednesday, May 11 | 8:45 AM-11:30 AM
Ruth Katz will present "Basket Cases" -- a riff on the popular Food Network television show “Chopped.” She is co-presenting with Community Association Services' Vicki Eaton and Aimee Winegar. Attendees will learn about the “mystery ingredients” that fill a community manager’s day with disputes. Also learn about the solutions available through mediation, rather than litigation, and suggestions for conflict avoidance. More info and sign up here: http://caimdches.org/pdf/18-BreakfastSeminarBrochure.pdf.

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