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Schedule At-A-Glance

As of December​​ 2019





Wednesday, Jan 15, 2020Noon1:00 PMRegistration & MCLE Sign-in for Optional Half-Day Program 
1:0​0 PM​5:00 PM Optional Half-Day Program 

​1:00 PM
​2:30 PM
​Managing Partner Track Part I: Internal Challenges of a Community Association Law Practice

​2​:30 PM
​2:45 PM
​Refreshment Break

​2:45 PM
​5:00 PM
​​Managing Partner Track Part II: I​nternal Challenges of a Community Association Law Practice
4:00 PM6:00 PMEarly Law Seminar Registration
Thursday, Jan 16, 202010:30 AM11:30 AMFirst Time Attendee and New to​​Community Associati​on Law Meet & Greet​
11:00 AM
5:45 PM
​​Registration & MCLE Sign-in

​11:30 AM
​12:30 PM
Welcome and CCAL & CIRMS Inductions with Lunch

5:45 PM​


12:3​0 PM1:30 PMGeneral Session | Wayne Hyatt Lecture Series with Charles "Chuck" Marohn​ Sponsorsed by Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh Jardine PC
1:30 PM​​1:45 PM​Refreshment Break
1:45 PM2:45 PMConcurrent Sessions
Crowded House: Enforcement of Occupancy Restrictions in a World Focused on Higher-Density Housing

How Legal Is It Anyway? Tips for Dealing with Recreational and Medicinal Marijuana Use in Community Associations​

Call to Order: What You Need to Know about Meeting Procedure and Robert's Rules 

CIRMS Masters Program: Fidelity Insurance Losses: Adjusting and Prosecuting Claims to Ensure Efficient and Maximum Recovery​
2:45 PM​​3:00 PM​Refreshment Break
3:00 PM4:00 PMConcurrent Sessions
Associates Track: Part I | L:100 – Essentials of Community Association Law

Extra—ordinary Amendments: From Daily Operations through Termination

Recent Tax Law Changes Affecting Community Associations

CIRMS Masters Program: Vendor/Contractor Qualification Packets (VQPs): Creating an Alignment Between Contractor's Insurance & the Insurance Actually Provided by the Contractor's Insurance Agent​
4:00 PM​4:15 PM​Refreshment Break 
4:15 PM5:45 PMGeneral Session | Case Law Update Part I

​5:45 PM
​7:00 PM
Law Seminar Reception hosted by CCAL​ Sponsored by Berman & Wright Architecture, Engineering & Planning LLC
Friday,      Jan 17, 20207:00 AM4​:00 PMRegistration & MCLE Sign-in &​ Bookstore

​7:00 AM
​8:00 AM
8:00 AM9:00 AMGeneral Session | ​Panel of Pundits

9:00 AM​9:15 AM​Refreshment Break
9:15 AM10:30 AMConcurrent Sessions
Ethics: Substance Abuse and Behavioral Concerns: A Profession at Risk​

Associates Track: Part II | L:100 – Essentials of Community Association Law

Tech Talk: Practical Technology for the Practicing Lawyer

CIRMS Masters Program: HO-6: Principles and Practices of Divvying Up Deductibles and Funding Loss Assessments​
10:30​ AM10:45 AMRefreshment Break

10:45 AMNoonConcurrent Sessions
Associates Track: Part III | L:100 – Essentials of Community Association Law

Practicing in Your Personality: How to Thrive as a Community Association Lawyer

Vexatious Litigants – How to Handle the Frivolous Filer

CIRMS Masters Program: Risk Management & Insurance Case Law: Learning at the Expense of Others​
Noon​​1:00 PMDon Buck Award Recognition & ​Served Lunch
1:00 PM2:30 PMGeneral Session | Case Law Update Part II
2:30 PM​2:45 PM​Refreshment Break
2:45 PM4:15 P​MConcurrent Sessions
Hot Topics: Emerging Community Association Law Issues

Ethics: To Sue or Not to Sue: Board Members in Defamation Actions ​

Love Me Tender: A Plea for Acceptance of Community Association Insurance Claims (CIRMS Master Program CROSSOVER Session)​
Saturday, Jan 18, 20208:00 AM11:45 AMRegistration & MCLE Sign-in & Bookstore
8:00 AM8:45 AMCCAL Business Meeting
8:00 AM9:00 AMBreakfast

​9:00 AM
​10:15 AM
​Concurrent Sessions​
Can an Association Effectively Regulate and Deter Incivility?

Developer Transition and Identifying Defects: Perspectives from Community Association and Construction Defect Counsel

HOA Election Trends: Does Increasing Government Regulation Protect or Harm?

​10:15 AM
​10:30 AM
​​Refreshment Break
10:30 AM
11:45 AM
Concurrent Sessions
Legal and Insurance Strategies for Mitigating Risks Associated with Assessment Collection and Covenant/Rule Enforcement

Navigating the Collection Timeline in View of the FDCPA, Bankruptcy Code, and State Law Requirements​