The partners at the
Law Firm of Kaiser, Swindells & Eiler enjoy sharing their
experiences and knowledge with others. Raymond T. Kaiser, Pamela
A. Swindells and James O. Eiler have lectured about the Confidentiality
of Medical Records for the Loman Business Center; Establishing
a Fraudulent Scheme Through Expert Testimony before the Southern
California Fraud Investigators Association; Deposition Testimony
in Medical Malpractice cases before the Southern California Association
of Healthcare Risk Managers and in various trial advocacy issues
at the Joseph A. Ball, Clarence S. Hunt, Inn of Court.
James speaks regularly
on a wide range of issues related to Hospitality Law. Pam spoke
at the Risk Management Seminar in Toronto before the American
Public Transportation Association. Ray was a featured speaker
on Common Interest Development Law at the "Super Saturday"
continuing education of the bar program sponsored by the Long
Beach Bar Association. The firm also presents specialized half-day
seminars, such as its "Commercial Transportation and Risk
Management Seminar" and its annual "Condominium Homeowners'
Association New Laws Seminar".
"Davis-Stirling Act" 2013
most current and complete text of the California state statutory
law for Condominium & Homeowner's Associations.
Download the current
SEMINAR REGISTRATION flyer to print
and FAX the registration.
On Saturday, February
9, 2013, Kaiser, Swindells & Eiler will present a half-day
law seminar for homeowners association board members and managers
at the Long Beach Hilton Hotel in its Executive Meeting Center.
The seminar will cover 2013 changes to the Davis-Stirling Act
and recent court decisions affecting common interest developments.
Changes in the Davis-Stirling Act this year involve teleconference
meeting requirements and disclosure obligations. The total reorganization
of the Act, operative in 2014, will be discussed. Other topics
will include how bankruptcy law interplays with assessment collection,
a comparison of the obligation to repair vs. financial obligations
to pay for repairs and the art of communication and persuasion.
Board members and property managers will find this seminar to
By enrolling for the seminar, registrants agree that they will
not make any electronic recording of the seminar or any portion
thereof. There will be a $60 event fee payable at the door. Checks
should be made out to "Kaiser, Swindells & Eiler."
Seating is limited, so please register by February 1, 2013.
Continental Breakfast, Free Parking (off Broadway behind the
Hilton) & Course Materials
at the door, checks made out to "Kaiser, Swindells &
February 9, 2013
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Hilton Hotel, Executive Meeting Center MAP
701 W. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach
seminar is FOR BOARD MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATION MANAGERS ONLY
register by February 1, 2013 to ensure your seat.
a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast.
9:00 a.m. New Laws for 2013; Important 2012 Court Decisions;
The Effect of Bankruptcy on Collections.
10:30 a.m. Break.
10:45 a.m. Maintenance Obligations vs. Financial Obligations;
The Art of Communication and Persuasion; Tips on Annual Disclosures.
11:45 a.m. Open Forum Questions.