Education & Training

Education and training for your management teams are some of the best tools in the risk management tool box. On a daily basis we see the benefits that sound training can provide through limited litigation costs and exposure. As a result, our firm embraces the opportunity to share our experience and knowledge with our clients through educational programs and presentations. Whether participating as part of a panel or presenting a full day seminar, our attorneys have taught at the national, state, regional and local levels of the multi-family industry. We have attorneys who serve as part of the National Apartment Association Education Institute, teach credentialed programs and serve as subject matter experts on curriculum development teams. In addition, we offer training through local affiliates and in-house to our clients on a variety of topics covering everything from Fair Housing, Debt Collection, Premises Liability and the NAA Lease.

Classes Offered

Legal Issues

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NAA Lease

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Fair Housing

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Debt Collection

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Non-profit Board Duties and Responsibilities

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Affordable Housing

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Class Types

 Full Day Classes

 Half Day Classes

 Webinars

 Lunch & Learns

Meet the Instructors

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Thomas

Partner

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Rhian

Associate Attorney

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Norman

Partner

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Samantha

Associate Attorney

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Todd

Partner

Our attorneys have decades of experience providing counseling, training, litigation, and transactional services to the property managers and owners of multifamily communities. In addition to traditional legal services, we serve the multifamily industry at national, state, and local apartment associations through volunteering at executive, board, and committee seats including assistance with legislative, government affairs, lease, and handbook initiatives.

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Legal Issues

A review of a variety of legal issues dealt with in property management including things such as debt collection, fair housing, domestic violence, evictions, early termination of lease agreements, security deposit regulations, referral fees, property management licensure, etc.

NAA Lease

A complete review of the NAA Lease and addenda providing a breakdown of provisions utilizing hypotheticals to demonstrate the application to real world examples. We will also address the transition from the AANC to the NAA-NC lease if requested.

Fair Housing

An examination of the Fair Housing Act including a discussion on protected classes, disparate impact, accommodation and modification requests, emotional support animals, criminal screening criteria, occupancy standards and hostile environment and quid pro quo claims.

Debt Collection

An in-depth discussion of the many liability traps presented by NC Debt Collection regulations and the many ways it can impact property management.

Non-profit Board Duties and Responsibilities

An analysis of the duties owed by board members to the non-profit and the actions or inaction that can create liability to the board members.

Affordable Housing

A review of the complicated steps that must be followed when you must address lease violations in subsidized or income restricted housing.

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