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2017 August Education Luncheon: Keeping out of Troubled Waters
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New federal regulations impose liability on associations for harassment by third parties. Attend this luncheon to learn why letting neighbors work out their own disputes may no longer be an option

8/3/2017
When: Thursday, August 3, 2017
From 11:30 am until 1:00 pm
Where: Houston Hilton Westchase
9999 Westheimer Road
Houston, Texas  77042
United States
Presenter: Lowell A. Keig, Texas Workforce Commission & Justin Markel, Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey PC
Contact: GHC-CAI Office
713-784-5462


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GHC-CAI Education: Lessons Learned in Fair Housing for HOA's 

 

 

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"Keeping Out of Troubled Waters"

 

New federal regulations impose liability on associations for harassment by third parties. Attend this luncheon to learn why letting neighbors work out their own disputes may no longer be an option.

HUD’s new rule on harassment
Retaliation, interference and coercion
Reasonable accommodation of service/assistance animals
Accommodations or modifications for parking, ramps and curb cuts

 

Presented by:


 
   

Lowell A. Keig, Texas Workforce Commission and Justin Markel, Roberts Markel
Weinberg Butler Hailey PC

Keig is a former Board Member of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. He is the Immediate Past Chair of the Board and a current Executive Committee Member of Kids in a New Groove, a non-profit providing mentorship to foster children through private music lessons.

Markel is a shareholder attorney in the labor & employment, corporate transactions, and community associations practices of Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey PC. In the firm’s community associations practice, Mr. Markel advises community associations regarding their obligations under the federal and Texas Fair Housing Acts, and also defends community associations and management companies in agency investigations and litigation involving housing-discrimination claims.

 

 

Cost:

$35.00 Members/$40.00 Non-Members through July 1, 2017

$40.00 Members/$45.00 Non-Members through July 5, 2017

 

 

 

Reservations are required.

This seminar is worth one hour of continuing education credit.

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