Category: Business Litigation

Private to Public Roads

Usually when a new planned community is build, the developer will build and install the infrastructure of the neighborhood, including the roads. At this time, they, along with all the lots and common areas, are owned by the developer. The developer should also incorporate a homeowner’s association at this time. The developer will then typically […]

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Copyrights and Wrongs

A few years ago I got (on my vacation) a panicky call from a friend who I knew through local community theater. He was involved in a local production of “Steel Magnolias” and was set to open in days, but the director had gotten a cease and desist order claiming a violation of copyright law. […]

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Email Meetings

Homeowner Associations and other non-profit corporations are frequently managed by unpaid and part-time executive board members. These folks usually don’t think anything is wrong with circulating emails trying to make a decision, rather than the more tedious and time-consuming work of conducting an actual meeting. However, attempted action done in this manner is not the […]

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