What's been happening regarding condominium management with respect to legislation, regulatory issues, inspections, structural integrity assurance, and matters related to Condo management, maintenance, and governance?
This forum will deal with the legal, insurance and management of the 1.5 million Condominium units in Florida.
37% of them are in Broward and Miami-Dade county; over half of which were built prior to 1990.
We welcome you to be present for this Tower Forum discussion.
Executive Vice President at Castle Group
Senior Vice President Brown & Brown Insurance
Commercial Litigation Attorney, Berger Singerman
Board-certified real estate lawyer & Sun Sentinel Correspondent
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Thu, 04/06/23 at 7:30 A.M. *doors open at 6:45 a.m.
at Tower Club, One Financial Plaza, 28th floor, 100 S.E. Third Ave. Fort Lauderdale
*Please note that participants subject to change.
Brian Street As a Civil Engineer, Brian brings a valuable perspective to his role as Executive Vice President of Operations. He joined Castle Group in July of 2011, getting a true understanding of the industry as a Community Association Manager. From his time as Regional Director of the Broward area, to Vice President, Sr. Vice President, and now Sr. Vice President of Operations, Brian has played a pivotal role in the overall development of Castle as a leader in the industry. He’s had a hand in a myriad of internal operations, such as the creation of the Property Management major at Nova Southeastern University and streamlining the company’s acclaimed budget creation process. In his current role, Brian is spearheading the growth and expansion of the operational efficiencies in Castle’s Texas and Food & Beverage divisions as he has in Florida.
William Diab is an attorney at the law firm of Berger Singerman LLP. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and construction litigation in state, federal and appellate courts, as well as institutional arbitration. William represents institutional clients and investors in business frauds, partnership disputes, and breaches of fiduciary duties. William also represents developers, design professionals and general contractors in claims for construction defects and delays, design professional liability, government bid protests, and appeals. He is regularly called to use his foresight in litigation and risk mitigation to counsel clients throughout the various phases of construction projects and advise on the drafting and negotiation of complex, multi-tiered construction contracts, modifications, and other project emergencies.
Gary Singer Board-certified real estate lawyer Gary Singer writes about industry legal matters and the housing market at SunSentinel.com/real-estate each week. To ask him a question, email him at email@example.com, or go to SunSentinel.com/askpro.
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