From:                                         RMWBH Team <>

Sent:                                           Monday, November 2, 2020 10:16 AM

To:                                               Kyle Beam

Subject:                                     November 2020 Community Association Newsletter and Webinar Series


Eric Tonsul shares steps to take in DRV enforcement during the holidays, Clint Brown writes about collections in the era of COVID-19.






Clint Brown Accepted into College of Community Association Lawyers

Congratulations to Equity Shareholder Clint Brown on his acceptance into CAI’s College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL). There are fewer than 175 attorneys in the United States with this distinction, and Clint joins Marc Markel and Brady Ortego as RMWBH attorneys who have been accepted into CCAL. According to CCAL, the attorneys accepted into CCAL “distinguish themselves by advancing community association law for the betterment of the communities they serve.” This is a great honor to Clint and is a testament to his work on behalf of our clients.


An Afternoon of Firearm Laws and Sporting Clays with Marc Markel and CAI DFW

Founding Shareholder Marc Markel will be presenting an educational seminar on Texas firearm laws and property owners associations at the DFW Chapter of Community Associations Institute’s 2020 Sporting Clays Tournament on November 19. This education will help those managing POAs understand the rules and statutes regulating gun ownership, and the ability of associations to place restrictions on guns in the community. For more information and to register for the event, please visit


Clayton Hearn Speaking at CAI DFW's Annual Legal Update

Join Equity Shareholder Clayton Hearn at CAI DFW's Annual Legal Update. Clayton will be speaking on short-term rentals and the relevant case law surrounding the issue. This event will be held virtually via Zoom on Wednesday, November 11. For more information and to register for the event, please visit



The Winter Wonderland of Deed Restrictions  

By Eric Tonsul

The calendar turning to November and cooler temperatures filling the air can only mean the holidays are around the corner. Soon, the sounds of sleigh bells will be ringing in many communities across Texas. But, before Santa comes to town, there are a few things managers and board members should be mindful of and consider when enforcing restrictions as the holiday season approaches.