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Webinar: Community Association/HOA Legislative and Case Update
April 8, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
1.5 Hours MCLE
Webinar will address new legislation and case law that directly impacts community associations and HOA’s and association members, including new legislation regarding short term rentals; accessory dwelling units (“ADU’s” and junior ADU’s; new non-judicial foreclosure laws; new Covid-19 employment and workers compensation laws; new licensing requirements for debt collectors; the Tenant, Homeowner, and Small Landlord Relief and Stabilization Act of 2020; Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (“FDCPA”); Board of Director conflicts of interest; defamation and community forums; and more. PowerPoint presentation will be provided.
Speakers: Katrina Solomatina and Mark Wilson
Katrina Solomatina is a senior real estate associate with the Buchalter’s real estate practice group and she specializes in homeowner associations and common interest developments, including the creation of governing documents for such developments and acting as outside counsel to community associations. She serves on the Board of ECHO (The Educational Community for Homeowners), is a member of the Bay Area Chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI) and is a member of the California Association of Community Managers (CACM).
Mark Wilson has been a member of the State Bar of California since December 2006 and specializing in real property law and real estate law since 2011. Mr. Wilson joined Community Legal Advisors Inc. (“CLA”) in mid-2018 as a civil litigation attorney specializing in community association law. He advises property managers and community association leadership in a general counsel capacity, providing legal advice and opinion letters, and handles civil litigation regarding CC&R’s enforcement, injunctions, quiet title, judicial foreclosures, and federal and state housing discrimination laws, among other community association related litigation. Mr. Wilson is a member of the Executive Committee for the California Lawyers Association, Real Property Law Section (“RPLS”) and is Chair of the RPLS Common Interest Development-HOA Practice Area Committee. He is also a member of the Community Association Institute (“CAI”) and a member of the California Association of Community Managers (“CACM”).