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Saturday, October 1, 2022 – Annual Condo Conference & Expo

Annual Condo Conference & Expo Community Associations Institute New England Chapter Saturday, October 1, 2022 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Marriott Hotel, Burlington, MA ——————————————————— Condominium boards and managers have questions… expo vendors and conference speakers will provide answers. Updates on the boards role and responsibility in keeping residents and staff safe. Trends and concerns around association insurance that are challenging boards. How to address pets, parking and children to avoid claims of discrimination. Landscape maintenance, liability and risk. Lessons learned

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Thursday, June 2, 2022 – Webinar Presentation – Amending Condominium Documents

Amending Condominium Documents Road Blocks & Best Practices Thursday, June 2, 2022 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Register: Click to register Can’t attend a live webinar presentation?  No problem… All webinars are recorded and emailed following the live presentation.  Approved for 1.5 hours CEU Credit for CMCA Attorneys Howard Goldman and Rachel Zoob-Hill will walk you thru the basics, help you weigh the pros and cons, and suggest amendments you may not have even thought of. Why would you want to

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News Release: Condo Association Prevails in Effort to Stop Long-Delayed Development

NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S., January 20, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Norton, MA condominium owners association has successfully halted additional development in their community, thanks to a summary judgment handed down by Bristol Superior Court at the end of December. The case, G. Lopes Construction, Inc. v. Trustees of the Red Mill Village Condominium Trust, was brought about when G. Lopes Construction, which was the assignee of the original developer of the Red Mill Village Condominiums, filed suit in an attempt to extend the deadline

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Attorney Cameron Pease Presents at MCLE’s Trial Advocacy Workshop 2021

Attorney Cameron Pease will be speaking at the MCLE’s Trial Advocacy Workshop 2021 on July 19, 2021. Attorney Pease will participate in six intense days of personalized and comprehensive training to provide attorneys with fundamental courtroom skills with several venerable judges and a plethora of other experienced practitioners. Through the use of student simulations and recorded lectures and expert demonstrations, this intense, rigorous, and challenging online Workshop is vital for eager trial attorneys entering the practice and for those who want

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Attorney Paul M. Tellier Joins The Law Firm of Goldman & Pease, LLC

The Needham based law firm of Goldman & Pease, LLC is pleased and proud to announce that Attorney Paul M. Tellier has joined the firm. Paul M. Tellier helps clients to succeed by developing and implementing practical strategies to achieve their goals and by providing exceptional service. Mr. Tellier’s diverse and dynamic practice includes both real estate and complex civil litigation matters in both state and federal court. Mr. Tellier represents property managers, condominium associations, landlords, and owners in all aspects

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Thursday, April 1, 2021 – Webinar Presentation – Condo Capital Projects

Capital Projects Planning, Funding and Oversight Understand the details of capital projects including financing and weathering financial hardships to the role of the association manager and project manager. When: Thursday, April 1, 2021 from 1pm to 2:30pm Where: Online Webinar Register: more information Nuts & Bolts of Capital Financing Attorney Howard Goldman will present with a panel of industry professionals including a capital loan bank officer and professional manager and will address the following points applicable to condominiums of all sizes… 1.

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Residential Real Estate Disputes

Quiet Title Actions – We represent national title insurers as well as individuals, seeking to cure title defects ranging from misidentified title plans, deed description errors, conveyancing errors, and missing elements in the chain of title. A recent action in Rhode Island Superior Court involved a plot plan that misidentified one property for another, a prior quiet title action that misidentified the property in another error, and our successful effort to expedite a hearing during the pandemic to vacate a judgment

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Residential and Commercial Property Purchases, Closings, and Loans

Residential – Goldman & Pease has efficiently handled hundreds of residential home purchases and sales over the years, and in addition to the review and execution of all necessary documents and analyses, we bring a real estate litigator’s eye to the review of title documents. On more than one occasion we have alerted clients to potential title issues that would have otherwise gone unnoticed, and have know-how to fix these issues prior to closing.   Commercial – Regularly represent banks, mortgage

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Attorneys Sidney Gorovitz and Rachel Zoob-Hill Join The Law Firm of Goldman & Pease, LLC

The Needham based law firm of Goldman & Pease is pleased and proud to announce that Attorney Sidney Gorovitz and Attorney Rachel Zoob-Hill have joined the firm. Mr. Gorovitz is a long time, respected member of the Massachusetts Bar, and has been in practice for almost 50 years. Mr. Gorovitz was a founding member and senior partner in the law firm of Gorovitz and Borten, P.C. where, for over 20 years, the practice focused on civil litigation and specialized in medical

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Amending Condominium Documents Road Blocks and Best Practices

By Rachel Zoob-Hill, Esq. and Howard Goldman, Esq. A prudent condominium governing board should periodically review condominium documents to confirm that they meet changing needs. For example, when online platforms such as AirBnB supercharged the short-term rental industry, many condominiums faced disputes among unit owners: Who could rent out units? How often? And under what circumstances? Some trustees were unprepared to navigate these disputes, and many condominium documents were silent regarding the issue. Sometimes condominium documents need to be amended. If

Read More »
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Saturday, October 1, 2022 – Annual Condo Conference & Expo

Annual Condo Conference & Expo Community Associations Institute New England Chapter Saturday, October 1, 2022 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Marriott Hotel, Burlington, MA ——————————————————— Condominium boards and managers have questions… expo vendors and conference speakers will provide answers. Updates on the boards role and responsibility in keeping residents and staff safe. Trends and concerns around association insurance that are challenging boards. How to address pets, parking and children to avoid claims of discrimination. Landscape maintenance, liability and risk. Lessons learned

Read More »
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Thursday, June 2, 2022 – Webinar Presentation – Amending Condominium Documents

Amending Condominium Documents Road Blocks & Best Practices Thursday, June 2, 2022 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Register: Click to register Can’t attend a live webinar presentation?  No problem… All webinars are recorded and emailed following the live presentation.  Approved for 1.5 hours CEU Credit for CMCA Attorneys Howard Goldman and Rachel Zoob-Hill will walk you thru the basics, help you weigh the pros and cons, and suggest amendments you may not have even thought of. Why would you want to

Read More »
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News Release: Condo Association Prevails in Effort to Stop Long-Delayed Development

NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S., January 20, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Norton, MA condominium owners association has successfully halted additional development in their community, thanks to a summary judgment handed down by Bristol Superior Court at the end of December. The case, G. Lopes Construction, Inc. v. Trustees of the Red Mill Village Condominium Trust, was brought about when G. Lopes Construction, which was the assignee of the original developer of the Red Mill Village Condominiums, filed suit in an attempt to extend the deadline

Read More »
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Attorney Cameron Pease Presents at MCLE’s Trial Advocacy Workshop 2021

Attorney Cameron Pease will be speaking at the MCLE’s Trial Advocacy Workshop 2021 on July 19, 2021. Attorney Pease will participate in six intense days of personalized and comprehensive training to provide attorneys with fundamental courtroom skills with several venerable judges and a plethora of other experienced practitioners. Through the use of student simulations and recorded lectures and expert demonstrations, this intense, rigorous, and challenging online Workshop is vital for eager trial attorneys entering the practice and for those who want

Read More »
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Attorney Paul M. Tellier Joins The Law Firm of Goldman & Pease, LLC

The Needham based law firm of Goldman & Pease, LLC is pleased and proud to announce that Attorney Paul M. Tellier has joined the firm. Paul M. Tellier helps clients to succeed by developing and implementing practical strategies to achieve their goals and by providing exceptional service. Mr. Tellier’s diverse and dynamic practice includes both real estate and complex civil litigation matters in both state and federal court. Mr. Tellier represents property managers, condominium associations, landlords, and owners in all aspects

Read More »
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Thursday, April 1, 2021 – Webinar Presentation – Condo Capital Projects

Capital Projects Planning, Funding and Oversight Understand the details of capital projects including financing and weathering financial hardships to the role of the association manager and project manager. When: Thursday, April 1, 2021 from 1pm to 2:30pm Where: Online Webinar Register: more information Nuts & Bolts of Capital Financing Attorney Howard Goldman will present with a panel of industry professionals including a capital loan bank officer and professional manager and will address the following points applicable to condominiums of all sizes… 1.

Read More »
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Residential Real Estate Disputes

Quiet Title Actions – We represent national title insurers as well as individuals, seeking to cure title defects ranging from misidentified title plans, deed description errors, conveyancing errors, and missing elements in the chain of title. A recent action in Rhode Island Superior Court involved a plot plan that misidentified one property for another, a prior quiet title action that misidentified the property in another error, and our successful effort to expedite a hearing during the pandemic to vacate a judgment

Read More »
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Residential and Commercial Property Purchases, Closings, and Loans

Residential – Goldman & Pease has efficiently handled hundreds of residential home purchases and sales over the years, and in addition to the review and execution of all necessary documents and analyses, we bring a real estate litigator’s eye to the review of title documents. On more than one occasion we have alerted clients to potential title issues that would have otherwise gone unnoticed, and have know-how to fix these issues prior to closing.   Commercial – Regularly represent banks, mortgage

Read More »
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Attorneys Sidney Gorovitz and Rachel Zoob-Hill Join The Law Firm of Goldman & Pease, LLC

The Needham based law firm of Goldman & Pease is pleased and proud to announce that Attorney Sidney Gorovitz and Attorney Rachel Zoob-Hill have joined the firm. Mr. Gorovitz is a long time, respected member of the Massachusetts Bar, and has been in practice for almost 50 years. Mr. Gorovitz was a founding member and senior partner in the law firm of Gorovitz and Borten, P.C. where, for over 20 years, the practice focused on civil litigation and specialized in medical

Read More »
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Amending Condominium Documents Road Blocks and Best Practices

By Rachel Zoob-Hill, Esq. and Howard Goldman, Esq. A prudent condominium governing board should periodically review condominium documents to confirm that they meet changing needs. For example, when online platforms such as AirBnB supercharged the short-term rental industry, many condominiums faced disputes among unit owners: Who could rent out units? How often? And under what circumstances? Some trustees were unprepared to navigate these disputes, and many condominium documents were silent regarding the issue. Sometimes condominium documents need to be amended. If

Read More »
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