Implementing an HOA Complaint Procedure – Slideshow Presentation

February 10, 2011 on 9:41 am | In Common Interest Communities, General Legal Information, HOA, Homeowners Association, Real Estate Transactions & Strategies, TR: Susan B. Tarley, Unit Owners Association | No Comments

At CA Day for the Central Virginia Chapter of the Community Association Institute, Susan Tarley presented a program to guide associations who need to establish a procedure to provide for resolution of written complaints from members of the association and citizens.

Here is a copy of the slideshow presentation in PDF format.

This slideshow presentation is provided for informational and educational purposes only. This presentation does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied on. Legal advice can only be provided after consultation with an attorney with experience in the area in which your concern lies. This is so because each situation is fact specific, and it is impossible to evaluate a legal problem without a comprehensive consultation and review of all the facts and/or documents at issue. Your use of this slideshow presentation and the information in it does not create an attorney-client relationship. Such a relationship can be created only with a written agreement signed by us and by you.

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December 2010 Newsletter

December 6, 2010 on 9:18 am | In Business Entity Formation, Acquisition, Sale and Merger, Business Planning and Strategies, Common Interest Communities, General Legal Information, Real Estate Transactions & Strategies, TR: John Tarley JR, TR: Neal J. Robinson, TR: Susan B. Tarley | No Comments

Tarley Robinson December Newsletter

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Many HOAs have board members who are also attorneys. Attorney board members can provide valuable input as board members but have to be careful not to provide legal advice. The attorney board member’s experience and training help with identifying legal issues, framing those issues for the board, and presenting the questions with clarity to the HOA’s counsel. The attorney board member’s legal experience likewise aids attorney board members in helping the board understand the import and implications of legal advice received, and in the board’s adoption and implementation of appropriate actions in light of that counsel.

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COVENANTS NOT TO COMPETE (There might be more to it than you think.)

September 3, 2010 on 6:38 am | In Business Entity Formation, Acquisition, Sale and Merger, Business Planning and Strategies, State and Federal Litigation, TR: Neal J. Robinson, Uncategorized | No Comments

The legal issues related to employee “non-competes” (also known as covenants not to compete or non-competition agreements) are often not well understood by employees subject to them, companies insisting upon them, or companies intending to hire persons subject to them.  That may well be especially true in the Commonwealth of Virginia where one frequently hears, “That agreement is so broad it will never be enforced and Virginia doesn’t ‘blue pencil’ these agreements, so no problema.”

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