We are most pleased to announce that experienced ZDF attorneys Greg Fioritto, Mark Davis and Melissa Francis will present at an upcoming UCOM Seminar, which will take place on August 15, 2017 at the Costick Center in Farmington Hills.
The topics to be covered at the Seminar are as follows:
Gregory J. Fioritto: Rentals & Condominiums 101: A Primer for Board Members on Handling Rental Issues in 2017. This session will explore the primary issues and problems that rental units can create for modern condominium associations, as well as proposed best practices and solutions for resolving them.
Melissa D. Francis: Bankruptcy 101. This session will explore the basics of what Boards should do when an owner files for Chapter 7, 11 or 13 Bankruptcy. From the moment the Notice of Filing is received, Ms. Francis will walk you through the process that Boards should follow in properly handling such matters.
Mark B. Davis: Up in Smoke – Managing Marijuana and Smoking in Your Neighborbood. In Michigan, medical marijuana has been legal for a number of years. There also appears to be significant support for a recreational marijuana referendum on the 2018 ballot. This presentation will address the legality of both recreational and medical marijuana and will examine best practices for associations to handle this hot-button issue.
The Seminar will be held at the Costick Center in Farmington Hills.
The Seminar starts at 7:00 p.m. and goes until 9:00 p.m.
To register, visit the UCOM website at http://www.ucomonline.org.
Don’t miss this outstanding educational opportunity!
UCOM is dedicated to the interests of condominium owners in the state of Michigan.
UCOM was founded as a non-profit corporation in 1973 to serve the growing demand for current information, guidance and motivation for those who have adopted the condominium lifestyle.
UCOM, over 36 years after its founding, continues to be the only organization in Michigan devoted to the education and training of condominium leadership – the officers, directors and committee chairpersons who serve their neighbors and co-owners by regular contributions of personal time and study to make their communities wisely and fairly administered, cost efficient, enjoyable – and to maintaining and improving property values.