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Day 1 - Thursday, October 29th             



Day 1 - Thursday, October 29th

Concurrent Sessions 10:15 am - 11:15 am

Security in Communities

New Technology Benefits & Association Concerns

Advancements in security technology have provided more cost effective options for communities of all sizes.  From door-bell cameras and key-fob entry systems to surveillance systems and drones, finding the right system for your community and balancing the privacy of residents is important.  Presenters will address association security and liability. 



Christopher R. Lanni, CPP, CMCA, AMS

Secure Residential Services


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Christopher Malloy, Esq.

Moriarty Troyer & Malloy



Are you Covered?

When Things Go Wrong, It's Important to Have the Right Insurance

Communities look to their insurance policies for loss coverage ranging from property damage to liability claims - but they may lack the coverage they need for the association as well as board members.  Discover the most common insurance mistakes associations make and find out how to avoid them.




Todd Cormier

HUB International







How to Maintain Order without Chaos

Enforcement of Governing Documents Despite Challenging Personalities

Practical guidance for receiving and acting on complaints including creative methods and mediation-type techniques for defusing situations and resolving tense situations.  An overview of the legal process as a last resort for enforcement when there is no settlement.  In addition, presenters will address free speech, defamation and harassment issues as they relate to association boards, managers, owners and residents.



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Gary Daddario, Esq., CCAL

Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks


Bob Linney, CMCA, AMS

Great North Property Management




Day 1 - Thursday, October 29th

Concurrent Sessions 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Service Animals & Support Animals

Differences & Accommodations Required by Law

On January 28th, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued new standards for assessing a request to have an animal as a reasonable accommodation under the fair housing act.  Welcome guidance for boards and managers frequently called upon to assess reasonable accommodation requests the program will explain the guidelines and the association’s obligations under the law.



Scott Eriksen,Esq.

Perkins & Anctil


Aging Building Infrastructure

Maintenance, Repair & Funding

Like people, buildings age and need more care and maintenance.  Aging cannot be ignored and reserve funds for older buildings require special attention.  Find out how to spot building deficiencies, understand how they need to be addressed and learn how to adequately fund reserves for future capital repair and replacement projects.


H. Alan Mooney, P.E., RS

Criterium Engineers


Going Green

Charging Stations, Solar Panels, Energy Saving Devices

As cities and towns impose electric vehicle charging station ordinances, presenters will discuss how communities can be proactive in preparing for owner requests to install charging stations in their communities.   And while solar panels are trending across the country, find out what your association should consider before, during and after installation.  Understand statutory requirements as well as assessments, voting and appeals process for these and other energy saving devices.



Kimberly A. Bielan, Esq.

Moriarty Troyer & Malloy


Erik Shaughnessy, Esq.

Mirrione, Shaughnessy & Uitti