DATE: Thursday, June 29, 2017
2:00 - 3:00 pm Registration and Trade Show
3:00 - 5:30 pm Concurrent Educational Sessions
5:30 - 7:00 pm Trade Show, Cocktails, Hors d’oeuvres & booth drawings
PLACE: Irvine Marriott 18000 Von Karman Avenue Irvine, CA 92612
4 CEU’s earned for CMCA and AMS designations and for those working towards the PCAM
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(You can only register as an attendee if you are a CAVL HOA Board Member or a Community Manager)
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Educational Sessions Education sessions are concurrent and each participant will have the choice of attending two of the educational sessions.
Managing the Chaos - Reversing the Negative Perceptions of HOA’s
The perceptions of community associations tend to be influenced by sensational newspaper headlines which are typically negative. This presentation will feature an open and honest discussion of why some communities are the victims of “bad press” and why others have “earned” the negative perceptions. The panel will review a variety of news stories and cases which provide real life examples of association issues which were mishandled, resulting in negative perceptions.
Speakers: Lesley Millender-Irwin, CMCA, AMS, PCAM of Action Property Management, Inc. and Matt D. Ober, Esq. CCAL of Richardson Harman Ober PC
When is a Neighbor to Neighbor Dispute Really an HOA Dispute
We’ve all heard the phrase “it’s a neighbor to neighbor dispute.” Most often this phrase is used to indicate that the association will not be getting involved. But what if a neighbor to neighbor dispute actually requires the association to step in? If so, when is this required and where does an association draw the line? We’ll review these questions and more to allow your association to resolve disputes when necessary and avoid disputes when action is not required.
Speakers: Morgen Hardigree of Optimum Professional Property Management and James McCormick, Esq., CCAL of Peters & Freedman, LLP
Exclusive Use Common Area - It’s Complicated
Recent changes to Civil Code section 4775 relating to the maintenance, repair and replacement of exclusive use common area went into effect January 1, 2017. This new law is going to be of concern for many community associations, especially those that had previously taken the position that exclusive use common area was the owner’s responsibility to repair and replace. This program will help board members and managers identify what is exclusive use common area and who is responsible for its maintenance and repair.
Speakers: Karen Holthe, CMCA, AMS of Cardinal Property Management, AAMC and David Swedelson, Esq. of SwedelsonGottlieb
Top 10 Reasons to Restate Your Docs
Many associations have been living with their original, developer-friendly, CC&Rs drafted 30, 40 and even 50 years ago! Often these documents are difficult to read, confusing and burdensome on the owners. Boards may be slow to act when restating their governing documents because the project can seem onerous, expensive, and destined to ultimately fail due to owner apathy. This panel will provide you with the top ten reasons why your community should restate your governing documents and walk you through the restatement process.
Speakers: Timothy P. Flanagan, Esq. of Green Bryant & French, LLP and Denise D. Iger, Esq. of Iger Wankel & Bonkowski, LLP
Handling Marijuana Issues in HOAs
After Proposition 64, what is now legal? How will communities address nuisance complaints and ventilation issues that arise? This session will help you draft a smoking policy an help you avoid the risk of disability discrimination claims and give best practices for enforcement of the smoking policy.
Speakers: Brittany Ketchum, Esq. of Beaumont Gitlin Tashjian and Janet L.S. Powers, Esq., CCAL of Fiore, Racobs & Powers, A PLC
Long & Short of It - Dealing with Short Term Rentals in Your HOA
This presentation will take you through different scenarios in which associations are facing challenges with enforcement of governing documents, and protection of property. This session will identify relevant issues, discuss legislation, coastal commission involvement, and provide strategies, and enforcement mechanisms to prevent and/or contain short term rentals, and provide guidelines for continued use and enjoyment within the community.
Speakers: Laurisa Ehlers of Powerstone Property Management and Steven A. Roseman, Esq. of Roseman & Associates, APC
Symposium & Expo Showcase Sponsors
ADCO Roofing, Inc.
Advanced Painting & Wood Repair
Andre Landscape Service, Inc.
Angelo Termite & Construction
Animal Pest Management Services, Inc.
Ben’s Asphalt, Inc.
Berding | Weil, LLP
CBI-Collins Builders, Inc.
Comet Lighting & Electric
|Diversified Asphalt Products, Inc.
G4S Secure Solutions (USA), Inc.
Garland Restoration, Inc.
Harvest Landscape Enterprises, Inc.
McKenzie Rhody, LLP
Pavement Recycling Systems
Securitas Security Services USA, Inc.
TLG Paving Company
1st Street Painting
**24 Hour Restoration & Construction
Accell Property Management, Inc., AAMC
Accurate Termite & Pest Control
Alan Smith Pool Plastering, Inc.
All Valley Alarm
American Heritage Landscape
Antis Roofing & Waterproofing
**Aquatic Facility Services Inc.
**Artistic Maintenance, Inc.
AWS Consultants, Inc.
Beaumont Gitlin Tashjian
BEHR & KILZ Paints & Primers
**Bemus Landscape, Inc.
**Blue Shoe Roofing Company
Caliber Paving Company, Inc.
CBCI Construction, Inc.
Clean City, Inc.
Commercial Landscape Services, Inc.
Cresta Verde Landscape – CVL
Dedicated Transportation Services
EmpireWorks - Reconstruction and Painting
Enviro Diagnostics, LLC
**Fiore, Racobs & Powers, APLC
Great Scott Tree Service, Inc.
International Paving Services, Inc.
|MCC Construction & Restoration Services, Inc.
**Mission Association Financial
Mission Landscape Companies
MPS Financial, LLC
Mutual of Omaha Bank
New Way Landscape & Tree Services
O'Connell Landscape Maintenance, Inc.
Pacific Western Bank
Painting Unlimited, Inc.
Patio Products USA
Patrol Masters, Inc.
Peloton Sweeping Service
**Peters & Freedman, LLP
**Pilot Painting & Construction, Inc.
Prendiville Insurance Agency
ProTec Building Services
Rey Insurance Services, Inc.
RGS Landscape & Arbor Care
Rodent Pest Technologies, Inc.
Rose Paving Company
S.B.S. Lien Services
SAX Insurance Agency
Scott English Plumbing, Inc.
Servicefirst Restoration, Inc.
Southern Cross Property Consultants
The Miller Law Firm
The Naumann Law Firm
Three Phase Electric
Union Bank Homeowners Association Services
Villa Park Landscape
WICR, Inc., Waterproofing and Decking
** Denotes the CLAC upgrade sponsors. The Chapter Legislative Support Committee would like to thank these Exhibitors for their upgrade in support of CLAC
Roy Palacios Insurance Agency, Inc.
Sunset Landscape Maintenance, Inc.
Showcase Bag Sponsors
Fenton Grant Mayfield Kaneda & Litt, LLP
Keystone Pacific Property Management, LLC, AAMC
Seacoast Commerce Bank
Tinnelly Law Group
Education Session Sponsors
Cardinal Property Management, AAMC
Optimum Professional Property Management, Inc. (ACMF)
Roseman & Associates, APC
A-Z Property Services
Blue Balance Pool and Janitorial Service, Inc.
BrightView Landscape Services
Nordberg | DeNichilo, LLP
Ross Construction Management
Hor d’oeuvers Sponsors
Adams Stirling a Professional Law Corporation
Berg Insurance Agency
Burdman & Ward
City National Bank
Fiore, Racobs & Powers, APLC
Fontaine Weatherproofing, Inc.
Iger Wankel & Bonkowski, LLP
Pro-Tek Electrical & Lighting, Inc.
Quickel Paving, Inc.
SERVPRO of Tustin
Zumar Industries, Inc.
Emercon Construction, Inc.