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Category: Communications

How to Increase Owner Involvement, By Magdalena E. Myers, Esq.

Getting owners involved in your community association may not be easy.  Apathy or indifference is an issue most boards will experience at some point.  While
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Dos and Don’ts for Amendment Votes

Amendments to the Declaration and Bylaws will keep the documents current under the law and reflect the actual operation and administration of the community.  Despite
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Preparing for the Deep Freeze of Winter in Ohio Community Associations

The warm and beautiful Summer days of Ohio have come and gone for yet another year. The leaves have changed colors and the temperature is
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Preserving the Attorney-Client Privilege

As a member of a community association board, it is important for you to preserve the association’s attorney-client privilege. The attorney-client privilege generally prevents the
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Get the Word Out – Beating the Social Media Challenge

Perhaps the most compelling reason to consider creating an association website or other social media account with a message-board, is that if the board does
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The Suit Magazine Profiles Jay Cusimano and Kaman & Cusimano LLC

The most recent edition of The Suit Magazine profiles Jay Cusimano and Kaman & Cusimano LLC, elaborating on the firm’s practice of exclusively representing Ohio
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Communication Not Litigation

Our firm has built a reputation in Community Association Law on attempting to “communicate and not litigate. ” We have a history of trying to
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