Carlton Fields Attorneys Speak at Current Issues in Condominium and Community Association Law Seminar


Carlton Fields Tampa shareholders Robert S. Freedman and Adam P. Schwartz and Tampa associate Nicole C. Kibert were invited to participate in the all-day seminar entitled “Current Issues in Condominium and Community Association Law: What All Practitioners Need to Know,” sponsored by the Condominium and Planned Development Committee of The Florida Bar and held in Tampa on April 16, 2010.

Ms. Kibert co-wrote the materials for the presentation entitled “Developer Controlled Dysfunctional Associations,” and intended to be the co-presenter for the presentation; however unfortunately, a change in the date of the seminar resulted in a conflict, and Mr. Freedman stepped in and spoke on her behalf. In addition, Mr. Freedman co-presented the “Annual Four-Sided Roundtable Discussion,” which was a discussion between developers’ counsel and associations’ counsel on a variety of condominium-related issues. Mr. Schwartz co-presented “Ethics & Advertising,” which is an critical topic for community association lawyers who are advertising to seek business.

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