From: RMWBH Team <>

Sent: Monday, February 1, 2021 10:37 AM

To: Kyle Beam

Subject: February 2021 Community Association Newsletter and Webinar Series


Read our February Legislative Update, RSVP for our upcoming webinar on reserve studies hosted by Marc Markel and more!






RMWBH Welcomes Erren Chen as Senior Counsel

We are proud to announce Erren Chen has joined the firm as Senior Counsel in our Litigation Section. Erren will be working closely with Equity Shareholders Greg Godkin and Dustin Fessler to assist clients in civil litigation matters. 


Erren follows one of the hallmarks of RMWBH in giving back to his community through education. In his time away from the firm, Erren serves as an Adjunct Professor of Advocacy at South Texas College of Law and Adjunct Professor of Paralegal Studies at Lone Star College.


Welcome to RMWBH Erren!



A Conversation on Reserve Studies 

As we look ahead to our upcoming webinar on reserve studies in which Marc Markel leads a discussion featuring industry experts, we want to offer a preview of what you will hear during this special event. We sat down with Marc, Elon Goldman of Association Reserves and David Yancy of Criterium Yancy to discuss aspects of reserves studies all associations need to know.



Reserve Studies: What You Need to Know

The reserve study is a factor of POA management with many misconceptions on what it is, what it says and what benefits it provides. Join Founding Shareholder Marc Markel as he leads a discussion with Elon Goldman, President, Association Reserves Texas, and David Yancy, President, Criterium Yancy, to clear up the misconceptions on reserve studies.


During this hour-long webinar, Marc, Elon and David will detail what a reserve study is and what it isn’t. They will go into detail on the benefits it provides an association and why every association should have one. They will also define the different levels of funding for associations and share examples from their experiences on communities at these different funding levels.


Wednesday, February 17, 2021

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