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HOW TO EXERCISE THE BOARD’S FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITY IN THE MIDST OF A PANDEMIC

April 21, 2020
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We are currently facing an unprecedented crisis in our country and state, forcing us to adapt to conditions unlike any experienced in our lifetimes. Some have compared it to a state of war, circumstances so extraordinary that they justify at least a temporary suspension of basic civil liberties, while others believe that the response has […]

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The Idea Submission Case: When Is An Idea Protected Under

June 15, 2016

was recently asked to represent a young writer whose idea for a new television series had, in his words, been “ripped off.”

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A Motion for Sanctions is an EFFECTIVE Tool to Defeat

June 15, 2016

Published in Community Associations Institute’s May/June 2013 issue of Focus Magazine A lawsuit filed against a homeowners association, even when frivolous and brought in bad faith, can have a devastating effect on an association’s limited funds. When a frivolous or bad faith lawsuit is filed, a homeowners association should consider the use of a motion […]

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