What To Consider Before Re-Opening Association Amenities

Posted by on Feb 1, 2021 in Uncategorized

Written by: George C. Greatrex, Jr.

We are now entering our second year of the COVID-19 pandemic and an important question continues to be asked by our community association clients:   Should we open our pool and/or clubhouse?  And if so, how can we do it safely and without fear of lawsuits?  In analyzing those questions and the considerations underlying the answers, it must be acknowledged that while changes have occurred in some of those considerations, much has not changed.  For instance, these developments have reduced or will reduce the risk of transmission of the virus:

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Hill Wallack LLP partners participating in CAI Pa/Delval Chapter NJ Regional Council Mini-Trade Show Educational Session

Posted by on Nov 12, 2020 in Uncategorized

On Friday, November 13, 2020, George Greatrex, Esq., Hill Wallack LLP partner and chair of the CAI-NJ Legislative Action Committee (LAC), will be participating in the virtual CAI-PA/Del Val New Jersey Regional Council Mini-Trade Show. George will be speaking about recent legislation and regulations and provide an update on pending legislation. The program will also contain a review of this year’s relevant case law. The program will be moderated by Jonathan Katz, Esq., Hill Wallack partner and President-Elect of the CAI-PA/Del Val chapter.

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The Signs of the Times: May They Be Restricted?

Posted by on Oct 15, 2020 in Uncategorized

Written by: Michael S. Karpoff

Signs always have been a hot button issue for community associations. But in the current political climate, they have become an even greater source of concern. May boards restrict signs to prevent aesthetic clutter throughout the community? Must boards allow their communities to become billboards for their residents’ personal opinions? May a board prohibit messages that appear to be racially, ethnically or religiously insensitive or discriminatory?

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Hill Wallack Community Associations partner Caroline Record to be panelist for CAI-NJ’s Webinar

Posted by on Jul 27, 2020 in Uncategorized

CAI-NJ has a webinar every Wednesday, led by industry professionals, discussing important issues affecting your business or common interest community!

On Wednesday, July 29th at 12 noon, Caroline Record will be presenting on “Contracts”

Other topics include:

  • Reading Engineering Maintenance Reports
  • Building a Successful Maintenance Plan for Your Community
  • Pipe Replacement

Managers will receive 1 hour of continuing education requirements for the CMCA certification!

Must be in attendance for entire seminar to receive credit.

Click here to register.

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