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Association Academy: Your Rules, Robert's NEW Rules and Court Rules Relating to Fines

February 2021

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Condominium & HOA 

Association Academy

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Please join Husch Blackwell’s Condominium & HOA Law Team as we outline the NEW 2020 Robert’s Rules, how parliamentary procedure should be used to run meetings more efficiently, some case examples of fine issues that arise and how to solve them, some basic collection reminders relating to death, trusts and mortgages and why your Rules matter more than you think. We hope this will be both interactive and fun while we share the latest information that homeowner associations (HOAs), condo boards and managers need to know. Looking forward to 2021 and making things as straightforward as possible.


  • Property in trust and death
  • Fine case updates
  • Lock out when files sent to attorneys in 45-90 days
  • Board meeting/parliamentary procedure
  • Mortgage foreclosures
  • Rules

Lydia Chartre, Partner, CCAL
Dan Miske, Partner, CCAL
Ketajh Brown, Attorney
Sandra Chapman, Senior Paralegal
Billie Fatheree, Paralegal
Jodi Slaby, Paralegal Assistant

Who Should Attend
Condominium and HOA board members and property managers.

Continuing Education Credit

This program is approved for Wisconsin continuing legal education credit. This course is approved by Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill continuing education requirements for the CMCA® certification.

Questions? Contact Morgan Buciumean at 303.749.7281.


Daniel J. Miske

Senior Counsel