Scott Rosenlund will be one of the speakers at the Cooperator Events Chicagoland Virtual Expo to be held on Wednesday, May 26, 2021. Scott will serve as a panelist at the seminar entitled “Keeping the Peace – Conflict Management & Avoiding Litigation.” For more information, click here.
The Community Associations Institute (CAI) College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) has published a new guide to drafting and amending community association governing documents. The publication, entitled “Guiding Principles for Community Association Governing Documents: A Resource for Lawyers,” can be found here. As part of a nationwide team of eleven community association lawyers serving on […]
COVID-19-related state and local restrictions upon public gatherings continue to have an impact upon the ability of community associations to convene for their annual membership meetings. Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has announced a five-phase plan for reopening the state and allowing different types of gatherings to occur as certain public health metrics are reached. The City of Chicago has established a similar plan. However, the exact timelines for transitioning between the phases of the governmental reopening plans have yet to be determined. Furthermore, even after governmental restrictions are relaxed and eventually lifted, many homeowners will remain reluctant to attend in-person annual membership meetings. To effectively address these challenges, associations may wish to use this opportunity to reconsider how they conduct their annual meetings.