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CAI CHAPTER COVID-19 RECORDED PROGRAMS
The Long Island Chapter has many webinars to
purchase on their website. The topics include:
The Mechanics of a Zoom
Annual Meeting and Pitfalls to Avoid - May 14, 2020
Virtual Board Meetings & Annual Elections - April
Dealing with the unfolding circumstances and
challenges for Board Members during the COVID-19 Pandemic - April 16, 2020
information on their upcoming webinars, visit the Chapter’s events page.
The Orange County Chapter has many webinars to purchase on
Their Couch Connect Series includes:
Whose Job is it Anyway?
Assessments & Lessons from the Great Recession
When Orange County Comes Back
Follow up with Public Health and Economic Health
Claims Hints & Tips for Your Client, the Insured – Recorded
Length - 1 hour 15 minutes
For more webinars, visit the Central FL Chapter’s blog.
& Risk Management During the Brave New World of the COVID Pandemic –
Program Length – 1 hour
What is shaking with
Earthquake Insurance in the market? What are the burning trends and common
mistakes with Fire Insurance? What is blowing around the industry about
coverage for wind events? Should we or should we not open the Pools (and other
common amenities), That is the Question. What can the board do to prepare for
the next communicable or infectious disease pandemic like COVID-19?
and Legal Ramifications – Recorded 5/8/20
Program Length – 1.5 hours
Our attorney experts
answer questions about potential legal ramifications from COVID-19 that can
affect Utah communities.
Topics – Recorded 6/19/20
Our speakers provide
timely information and answer questions about: HUD Financing, Rules under the FHA, Group Homes
Delaware Valley Chapter
Q&A: Financial Impact of COVID-19 on Community Associations - Recorded 5/6/2020
Join this panel discussion and Q&A program to discuss
the potentially significant financial implications of the current pandemic on
community associations, including:
Increased delinquencies and bankruptcies as a result of
Debt collection issues and potential legislation
Provisions of the CARES Act that may apply to community
Todd Luft, CPA
Dawn Kearney, Firstrust Bank
Matt Collins, Esq., Stark & Stark
Managers receive 1 hour of continuing education credit for
Dealing with the Ongoing Uncertainty of COVID-19 – Recorded 6/09/2020
Program Length - 1 hour
Community Association Pools &
High Touch Areas – Recorded
Program Length – 1 hour 13 minutes
How Can Communities Cope Through the COVID
Crisis – Recorded 4/29/20
Program Length - 1 hour
Legal: Keeping your community association running and in compliance with the
law! How to operate without meetings, assessment collection, complying with CED
guidelines in common areas. Insurance: Are you covered for COVID? Are there
uninsured decisions being made? Legal: Financial assistance for owners
and employers/employees. Presenters: Todd Billy, EBP, CCAL, The Community
Association Lawyers, powered by Sandberg Phoenix, P.C. and Karen O'Connor
Corrigan, EBP, CIRMS, O'Connor Insurance Agency.
For more information about the Heartland Chapter visit their
California North Chapter
The California North Chapter has been doing weekly 30
minutes programs. You can find them on their YouTube Channel.
The topics are COVID-19 Resources, Healthy at Home, Social Media & Communications,
Essential Services and Board Meetings, Contracts & Assessments.
Managing Through COVID-19 - Recorded 4/9/20
Program Length – 77 minutes
What’s the difference between essential and non-essential
services? The answer to this question has become critical to community
managers and board members during these days of uncertainty as the public
health crisis created by the highly contagious Coronavirus continues. With stay
at home orders in place, communities are struggling with how to provide
services to residents in a safe and efficient manner. Open or close common area
facilities? Have meetings or postpone? How and when to communicate information?
Keep onsite staff? Mail and packages? Common area maintenance and cleaning? Accommodating
guests? Rules enforcement? Assessment collection? Quarantine for those who may
become ill? These are just a few of the issues where discussion and guidance is
much needed, so please join us for a virtual town hall with a panel of top
industry experts and leaders.
For more webinars,
visit the Washington Metro Chapter’s virtual events page.
COVID-19 and Your Community – Recorded 3/31/20
Program Length – 49 minutes
Visit the Greater Houston Chapter’s
coronavirus resource page for more information on webinars.
Coronavirus Q&A: A Legal Perspective for Community Associations –
Program Length – 1.5 hours
The onset of the Coronavirus pandemic has raised all sorts of issues for
community associations, including legal ones. This situation has strained the
authority in governing documents and statutory requirements on how community
associations are supposed to operate. This webinar provides guidance on various
issues including the legal impacts of the virus on associations, disclosure
requirements, and how associations can continue to collect assessments and
Check out more on demand programs for
the Pennsylvania Delaware Valley Chapter.
IL Community Associations and COVID-19 FAQ
Podcast – Recorded 3/24/20
Program Length – 41 minutes
Laura Marinelli from Saul, Ewing, Arnstein & Lehr discusses the frequently
asked questions association attorneys are hearing from Boards and Managers.
With the new norms of social distancing and the Governor's "stay at
home" order, we discuss how associations can best abide by these orders
and keep their community as healthy as possible.
Live Legal Update COVID-19 related issues for
IL Community Associations –
Program Length – 1 hour 47 minutes
COVID-19 Related Issues for Illinois Community Associations
The "Stay-at-Home" order in Illinois has been extended to April 30th,
and there are constantly new developments in the issues surrounding COVID-19.
This Live Legal Update is intended to help board members, owners, residents,
managers, and businesses understand the issues surrounding COVID-19 mitigation
and relief efforts as they impact condominium, townhome, and homeowners'
associations in Illinois.
This event will feature a live panel of three attorneys specializing in
Community Association law. The panel will be answering some frequently asked
questions and will also be taking questions from the live chat.
For more information
about the Illinois Chapter visit their website.