On Sunday February 25, 2018, a training class for condominium, homeowner association, and co-op board members will be presented at the Civic Building in Silver Spring, Maryland by attorney Tom Schild of Thomas Schild Law Group, LLC and Mark Fine, Chair of the Montgomery County Commission on Common Ownership Communities (CCOC).
All common ownership community board members in Montgomery County, Maryland are required to take a 2-hour training class within 90 days after being elected or appointed to the board for the first time. The CCOC’s Community Governance Fundamentals class provides board members with a basic understanding of the responsibilities and procedures for governing their community association. The training class topics include association governing documents and statutes, meeting and decision-making procedures, financial management, and owner rights and responsibilities.
Attorney Scott Silverman of Thomas Schild Law Group, LLC will be presenting a program on hot topics in Fair Housing in Washington, D.C. at Annual Conference of the Washington Metro Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) on Saturday March 10, 2018. Topics include an overview of fair housing laws, board response to disputes between residents, and accommodations for service and emotional supports animals.
Also at the March 10 CAI Conference, Tom Schild will participate on the Maryland Legislative Update panel which will discuss recent developments in state, local and federal legislation affecting Maryland community association governance.
Posted by Thomas Schild Law Group, LLC, attorneys for condominiums, homeowner associations and housing cooperatives in Maryland -– including Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Howard County, Frederick County, and Baltimore County; and in Baltimore City and Washington, D.C.