CONDO AND HOA ATTORNEYS GATHER FOR THE 2022 COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LAW SEMINAR, FEB. 9–12, IN LA QUINTA, CALIF.
Feb. 3, 2022 — Falls Church, Va. — Community Associations Institute (CAI) and the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) are proud to host the 2022 Community Association Law Seminar, Feb. 9–12, at the La Quinta Resort and Club in La Quinta, Calif.
A one-of-a-kind gathering of attorneys, insurance and risk management professionals, community association management executives, and other industry leaders, CAI's annual Community Association Law Seminar explores emerging legal trends and legislative issues important to the practice of community association law. Attendees will learn about the latest developments on critical community association legal topics including condominium safety, association best practices, and new public policy initiatives following the Champlain Towers South condominium collapse in Surfside, Fla., last June. Other topics will include fair housing laws, discrimination and nuisance complaints, collections, and legislative trends. Attorney attendees will earn mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) credits in accordance with their state requirements.
Professional education also will be offered through the Insurance Masters Program for those holding a Community Insurance and Risk Management Specialist (CIRMS) designation. The program runs concurrently with the Law Seminar and is designed for experienced insurance professionals. The workshop is taught at a master's level by community association insurance experts. Insurance attendees also will earn continuing education credits in accordance with their credentials.
This premier legal seminar is more relevant than ever. The community association housing model is predicted to be the leading type of housing by 2040, according to projections by the Foundation for Community Association Research, an affiliate organization of CAI. The number of new condominium communities and homeowners associations is expected to increase by 5,000 in 2022, the Foundation reports.
From city-sized, master-planned communities and multi-building condominium complexes to urban cooperatives and homeowners associations built into small tracts of open suburban spaces, U.S. community associations collect $96 billion in assessments from homeowners to fund many essential obligations and services, such as utilities, security, insurance, landscaping, and capital improvement projects. The Community Association Law Seminar is the only conference designed exclusively for legal and risk management professionals serving these communities.
To learn more, visit the 2022 Community Association Law Seminar website.
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About Community Associations Institute Since 1973, Community Associations Institute (CAI) has been the leading provider of resources and information for homeowners, volunteer board leaders, professional managers, and business professionals in the more than 356,000 homeowners associations, condominiums, and housing cooperatives in the United States and millions of communities worldwide. With more than 42,000 members, CAI works in partnership with 36 legislative action committees and 63 affiliated chapters within the U.S., Canada, South Africa, and the United Arab Emirates as well as with housing leaders in several other countries, including Australia, Spain, and the United Kingdom. A global nonprofit 501(c)(6) organization, CAI is the foremost authority in community association management, governance, education, and advocacy. Our mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership, and responsible citizenship—ideals reflected in community associations that are preferred places to call home. Visit us at www.caionline.org, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook @CAISocial.
About College of Community Association Lawyers Established in 1993 by the Community Associations Institute (CAI), the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) is a professional group of lawyers distinguished by experience and high standards in the practice of community association law, ethics, and the development of community association law. The College provides a forum for attorneys working in the community association legal arena to further the practice area and positively impact the community association housing model.
The College's goals include promoting high standards of professional and ethical responsibility, improving and advancing community association law and practice, and facilitating the development of educational materials and resources pertaining to community association law. Fellows of the College are lawyers from throughout the United States who have demonstrated experience, knowledge, and high standards of professional and ethical conduct and are dedicated to excellence in the specialized practice of community association law. They are involved in state and federal legislative activities and prepare amicus curiae (friend-of-the-court) briefs on critical judicial cases that affect condominiums, housing cooperatives, and/or homeowners associations. The College proudly delivers amicus curiae brief support, an extensive case law database, publications, and advances continuing legal educational (CLE) conferences for the community association legal community. For more information, visit www.ccalonline.org
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