Fairfield, NJ – August 20, 2019 – Associa Community Management Corporation- New Jersey (CMC- NJ) hosted an educational board member roundtable and legal seminar to a full room at the River Palm Terrace Steakhouse in Edgewater, New Jersey.
The roundtable and seminar provided board members from neighboring communities the opportunity to come together to share best practices and gain invaluable legal insight from industry professionals including members of prestigious law firms Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & David, LLP; Becker & Poliakoff; and Buckalew, Frizzell & Crevina, LLP. The legal seminar touched on topics ranging from the Radburn Bill, emotional support animals in community associations, and harassment in community associations.
“CMC - NJ was honored to host such a multifaceted event for our community leaders,” stated Michael Pesce, Associa CMC-NJ president “We are dedicated to the education of board members, and will continue to provide the opportunities to interact with each other while also growing our professional network by working with expert legal professionals.”
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