CAI webinars offer specialized, professional training without leaving your home or office. Conducted via internet and audio teleconference, the programs are hosted by industry experts to keep you up to date on the latest legislative activity, management trends, industry best practices and subjects of special interest to community managers and homeowners. More than
400 on-demand webinars are now available, and new live webinars are added every month. Continuing education credit for management credentials is available.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 2 ̶ 3 p.m. ET ̶ Turning the Big 3-0! Creating a Plan for Aging Community BuildingsWhere were you in the 1980s? Many condominium buildings and homes within community associations were built during that decade, making them 30 years old today and nearing their expected useful life. Learn about the evolution of building technology since the 1980s, common concerns from residents who live in aging buildings and homes, and how to address the future of 30-year-old structures. Reaching 30 years old is an important milestone for any community. Creating a plan to address liability and necessary upgrades ensures many more years of success!
Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 2 ̶ 3 p.m. ET ̶ Turning the Big 3-0! Creating a Plan for Aging Community Buildings
Wednesday, May 22, 2019, 2 ̶ 3 p.m. ET ̶ Obduskey and the FDCPA: How Broad Is the Supreme Court's Recent Ruling on Nonjudicial Foreclosures?The United States Supreme Court recently issued its decision in Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP, holding that a law firm that sent a letter in connection with a nonjudicial foreclosure proceeding was not acting as a "debt collector" under the FDCPA. But questions remain about the breadth of the holding in Obduskey. Does it stand for the broad proposition that no letter sent in connection with a nonjudicial foreclosure proceeding is ever subject to the FDCPA? Or is its holding much narrower? In this webinar, hear the perspective of two leading FDCPA defense attorneys who submitted an amicus curiae (friend-of-the-court) brief to the Supreme Court on the Obduskey matter.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019, 2 ̶ 3 p.m. ET ̶ Obduskey and the FDCPA: How Broad Is the Supreme Court's Recent Ruling on Nonjudicial Foreclosures?