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April 22, 2014
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April 2014 Invitational:
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12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
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April 24, 2014
(Thursday):

Leslie Brown will be teaching a Condominium Law Program
For the City of Alexandria
Location: The Station at PotomacYard Community Room, First Floor
650 Maskell Street
Alexandria, VA 22301
Thursday, April 24, 2014
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Free of Charge
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Phone: (703) 790-1911
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Kim O’Halloran-Perez is a Community Association attorney with more than ten years’ experience. Her key clients are condominium property managers and condominium boards in the Falls Church and Arlington (VA) areas. She also works with Montgomery County (MD) condominiums, particularly within the scope of the Commission on Common Ownership Communities, created by the county as an oversight group for condominiums and home owners’ associations.

Kim’s typical client will be a condominium property manager or Board facing the range of issues that arise in any multi-resident environment. She has successfully handled a very wide range of management concerns, including:

• Parliamentary rules and processes for public meetings of the Board, ranging from balloting and use of proxies to electronic voting and what constitutes adequate notice
•  Compliance with Virginia’s new community association “omsbudsman” regulations, which require all condominiums and homeowners’ associations to have effective internal complaint procedures in place
•  FHA certification and recertification
•  Owners challenging annual assessments
•  Handicapped access issues
•  Nonconforming renovations and alterations
•  Construction defect cases
•  “Good neighbor” issues that can range from simple parking disputes to handing dangerously disruptive behavior

Professional Credentials

•  Graduate, University of Virginia
•  Graduate, George Mason University School of Law
•  Barred in Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia
•  President, Washington Metropolitan Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (2013-2014)
•  Awarded “Rising Star” (2002), “Volunteer of the Year “ (2006), "Chapter Appreciation Award” (2007), "Outgoing President Award" (2013), and "Outgoing Board Member Award" (2013) by the WMCCAI
•  Lecturer, Community Associations Institute
•  Active member, Community Outreach Committee of the Fairfax Bar Association, dealing with the legal rights of the homeless


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