From:                                         RMWBH Team <info@rmwbh.com>

Sent:                                           Thursday, October 1, 2020 1:32 PM

To:                                               Kyle Beam

Subject:                                     October 2020 Community Association Newsletter and Webinar Series

 

We celebrate 40 years of RMWBH in a special Q&A with our Founding Shareholders. Plus, firm highlights and RSVP for our October webinars.

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Four RMWBH Presentations Top Rated by TexasBarCLE for 2019 Real Estate Courses

Congratulations to Founding Shareholders Marc Markel and Gregg Weinberg and Shareholder Mia Lorick for having their presentations as Top Rated for the 2019 Real Estate CLEs. Only 15 presentations for the real estate courses were rated, and we are proud to have four of those. 

 

The presentations rated for the Advanced Real Estate Drafting Course are:

  • Mia Lorick -  Indemnity Agreements
  • Gregg Weinberg - Explaining to Your Client What You Are Not Doing for Them: Drafting Your Engagement and Closing Letters and Correspondence

The presentations rated for the Advanced Real Estate Law Course are:

  • Mia Lorick - Reasonable Enforcement of Restrictive Covenants Following the Tarr v. Timberwood Park Case and What Does Tex. Prop. Code 202.003 Even Mean Anymore? 
  • Marc Markel - Why Am I Reading This Survey?

 

Marc Markel and Sipra Boyd Speaking at CAI Houston Legal Seminar

Join Founding Shareholder Marc Markel and Shareholder Sipra Boyd for CAI Houston's Virtual Legal Seminar. The seminar will be a virtual experience delivering Texas specific POA legal information. Marc will be presenting Volunteering Safeguards at 10 a.m., and Sipra will be presenting Virtual Annual Meeting and Electronic Voting in the Era of COVID and Beyond, for condominiums, at 12:15 p.m. To register for the event, please visit https://www.caihouston.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1427133

 

Texas

TCAA: The Voice of POAs at the Capitol 

By Paul Gaines

The 87th Legislative Session is nearly upon us. Normally, everyone would be preparing for the frantic hustle and bustle a legislative session brings to the capitol in Austin, but this session will likely see many debates taking place virtually. While this session may look completely different than any other in Texas history, the Texas Community Association Advocates (TCAA) will still be hard at work for the benefit of property owners associations (POAs) across Texas.

 

 

Neighborhood Watch

2020 has seen unprecedented upheaval around the United States. From a global pandemic, to nationwide protests and unforeseen natural disasters, these events have created many unknowns for homeowners around the country, and in many cases, are causing people to spend more time at home. As a result, homeowners are more vigilant of the daily movements on their streets and in their neighborhoods. But, as many of us begin to return to more of our pre-COVID lives, the homeowners may want to maintain that same sort of vigilance by forming a neighborhood watch. 

 

Join Shareholder Leah K. Burton and Associate Paul Gaines of our San Antonio Office as they discuss neighborhood watch programs in property owners associations. They will take you through some of the do's and dont's about POA involvement in the program, what can go wrong and the potential liability a POA may face if it does. 

*This course is approved by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill 1 hour of continuing education requirements for the CMCA certification. www.camicb.org

Thursday, October 22, 2020

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.