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Congratulations to Kaman and Cusimano’s new attorneys!

We are pleased to announce that Lucas England, Megan Grantham, and Taylor Ewashinka have been admitted to the Bar for the State of Ohio.  The
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John Izzo named as Vice Chair of the Legislative Review Committee for the OSBA Real Property Section

We are excited to share the news that John Izzo has been named as the Vice Chair of the Legislative Review Committee for the Real
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Compliance with State and County Recording Requirements For Amendment Filings Is No Easy Task

When associations amend their governing documents, not only must the amendment be approved in the manner prescribed by the governing documents, but it must also
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Kaman and Cusimano Named in the 2024 Edition of Best Law Firms!

We are pleased to announce that Kaman and Cusimano has been recognized in the 2024 Edition of Best Law Firms®.  For more than 40 years, Best
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Partner Nicholas Meinert participated in 2023 CAI Advocacy Summit

On November 2, 2023, Partner Nicholas (“Nick”) Meinert actively took part in the Community Association Institute’s Advocacy Summit held in Washington, D.C. CAI’s 2023 Advocacy
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Navigating the Legal Snowdrift: Ensuring a Solid Snow Removal Contract

As winter arrives, associations and community association managers must prepare for the inevitable task of establishing smooth and safe snow removal operations. While hiring a
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Tips for Negotiating a Contract By: Beau Chinn Esq.

Before entering into a contract, an association has the opportunity to negotiate terms that provide more protection for the community. One critical aspect of contract
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Yay, Nay, or Abstain?

Board members hold a crucial responsibility of making day-to-day decisions for the association and planning for future projects. These decisions often involve complex matters such
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Your Community Pool May Require Lifeguards By: Nicholas J. Meinert, Esq.

In Ohio, any pool serving more than three residential dwellings is considered a “public pool,” which means that nearly every condominium and homeowners association pool
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Should Your Association Allow Garage Sales? By Rachel M. Kuhn, Esq.

Spring is finally here, which means summer is right around the corner, bringing with it the opening of association swimming pools, more frequent visits from
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