Category: Firm News
Categories: Firm News, Seminars
I am honored to be presenting at the 2023 Community Association Law Seminar in New Orleans. This is the premier conference for community association attorneys, and insurance and risk management professionals. I invite you to register for the Law Practice Management Program, a pre-Law Seminar workshop on Jan. 11. If your firm is navigating attorney and staff recruitment and retention, technology challenges, or seeking new strategies to manage client harassment, me and my fellow attorneys will help you discover [Read More...]
Categories: Design Review, Firm News
Byron R. Hanke and I wrote a book called, Design Review: How Community Associations Maintain Peace & Harmony. AmazonCAI The book is a short description of the architectural review process in layman’s terms. It covers design review authority, guidelines &procedures, facilitating compliance, and how Federal laws affecting design review. I should mention that the authors do not receive any royalties and the proceeds from the book go to the Community Associations Institute.
Categories: Community Association Management, Fair Housing & ADA, Seminars
For those of you attending the 2017 CAI National Conference in Las Vegas this week, please be sure to attend the session “A Service Dog by Any Other Name” on Friday, May 5, 2017 from 9:30-10:20 a.m. The session is sure to be interesting. Custom K9 Services will be on hand to provide a demonstration involving an assistance animal. Custom K9 Services supplies dogs to military and police departments across the U.S. and Canada, and has [Read More...]
Our New Look
Monday, January, 18th, 2016 at 11:35 pm by Richard S. Ekimoto, Esq.
Categories: Firm News
As you can see, we’ve updated the look of our site. We hope that you’ll find it easier to navigate and find materials. We are in the process of uploading information that might be of interest to our clients. Stay tuned for more information.
Categories: Firm News
Even though it's late tonight, I would be remiss if I didn't mention that seven years ago on August 1, 2005, John Morris and I started practicing community association law together. We're grateful for the attorneys and staff that have helped us build our firm, but most of all we appreciate our clients and the managers with whom we work for making these last seven years fun and successful. We look forward to continue to work with you!