Chuhak & Tecson Principals David Bloomberg and James Stevens to present at Illinois Community Associations Institute's 2021 Virtual Legal Forum
Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. principals David Bloomberg
and James Stevens
will present at the 2021 Virtual Legal Forum hosted by the Community Associations Institute’s Illinois chapter (CAI-IL). This nationally recognized award-winning program spans four days over two weeks, from July 13 to July 22, 2021. Bloomberg and Stevens’ presentation titled True Life Jeopardy: Navigating the Thorniest Condo and HOA Insurance Legal Issues takes place on July 13 from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. and it will examine the often time-consuming and mind-bending issues relating to insurance claims based on property damage, directors’ and officers’ insurance policy claims and other coverages. The Illinois Condominium Property Act provides guidance but the real-world application of resolving insurance issues can place even the most experienced board members and managers in knots trying to determine how the claims process and risk allocation should work.
to register for all eight sessions of the forum, earning up to 12 of CAI-IL continuing education credits. The fee is $149 for CAI-IL members, $179 for non-members and registrations need to be completed by July 9, 2021.
Leader of Chuhak & Tecson’s Condominium & Common Interest Community Association group, Bloomberg represents condominium and common interest community associations throughout the Chicago area. He is well-known as a problem solver, utilizing practical and creative solutions to assist his clients in achieving their goals. Bloomberg regularly speaks about litigation and other topics of interest to condominium, townhome and homeowner associations.
Stevens represents condominium and homeowner’s association clients in a wide range of both litigation and transactional matters. Among other concerns, he manages easement drafting, bylaws, declarations, developer turnover matters, enforcement litigation, collection of assessments and interpretation of governing documents. He also defends boards of directors in courtroom proceedings and advises clients on the Illinois Condominium Property Act, Forcible Entry and Detainer, Illinois Business Corporation Act, Not for Profit Corporation Act and Common Interest Community Association Act.
CAI-IL works to connect homeowners, community managers and business partners in a premier organization that cultivates excellence in community associations via better business practices. The Illinois Chapter is home to over 1,500 members who represent the interests of 3.5 million homeowners across 18,000 different community associations and is one of 60 CAI chapters in the country.