Community Association Law Blog

Kaman & Cusimano announces new Directors

We are pleased to announce that we have named six new Directors at Kaman and Cusimano effective January 1st.  In recognition of their legal experience, …

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Kaman and Cusimano announces new Chairs

We are pleased to announce a new leadership structure within Kaman and Cusimano effective January 1st.  This new structure will allow our growing firm to …

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How A Visionary Turns Happenstance Into A Legacy

Each episode of the podcast How I Built This features the host Guy Raz interviewing an entrepreneur to hear and learn how they grew an …

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Board Member Terms and Staggering Elections- Getting It Right to Benefit the Community By: Katelyn Kaman Esq.

Community association owners may not fully appreciate how the length of time board members serve on the board and staggered elections can directly impact the …

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Collection of Delinquent Assessments Through Bankruptcy By: Jillian M. Henzler, Esq.

When an owner becomes delinquent on association assessments or other obligations, they may consider bankruptcy as a solution to their financial problems.  A bankruptcy filing …

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Indemnification: Protecting Board Members By Katelyn R. Kaman, Esq.

For many new board members who are trying to get up to speed on their duties and obligations, few things could be as important as …

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Team K & C participated in Delaware County Prosecutor’s 2nd Annual Volley Against Violence charity event.

On October 1, 2022, Team K & C participated in Volley Against Violence organized by the Delaware County Prosecutor’s Office. Proceeds went to Turning Point, …

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