Lawyers, Guns and MoneyJanuary 21, 2021 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM - Zoom Webinar
Lawyers, Guns and Money, is CCI Eastern Ontario Chapter’s mid-winter seminar that is a review of some of the past year’s most important condominium court decisions. Watch this rapid-fire session and hear from renowned legal minds and industry leaders. There’s always plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion about these court decisions and other areas of condominium law. You can’t afford to miss it!
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Terra Firma Real Estate
Mike has been involved with condominiums since he became registered to trade real estate in 2011, and has been a proud member of CCIEO since 2012. After achieving his Broker designation he's continued to advocate for training and education within the real estate community by providing training seminars tailored to real estate agents to better serve and educate their clients & promoting organizations that offer opportunities for real estate agents to improve their knowledge.
Davidson Houle Allen LLP
Jim has been practicing condominium law for over 30 years. He represents condominium corporations, their directors, owners, and insurers throughout Eastern Ontario. His experience also includes building deficiencies, shared property interests, co-ownership and construction law. Jim is much sought after in the condominium community, and has been invited by many prominent organizations to speak about condominium law.
Elia Associates, PC
Richard Elia had been actively involved in the area of condominium law for over 20 years, advancing the objective of effective and ethical advocacy. Founded in 2001, Elia Associates provides legal services to condominium communities throughout Ontario.
Richard holds a Master of Law with a focus on Appropriate Dispute Resolution and the “A.C.C.I.” - Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute - designation, which is the country’s only condo-specific designation for condominium professionals. This designation evidences Richard’s extensive condominium knowledge.
He has contributed to condominium-related legislative initiatives surrounding the creation, review and implementation of both Bill 38, which became the Condominium Act, 1998, and Bill 106, Protecting Condominium Owners Act, 2015. He created and led a Joint Government Relations Committee, which was comprised of representatives from the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario, all Ontario chapters of the Canadian Condominium Institute and other condominium stakeholders across the province in developing a dispute resolution model to specifically address community conflict in condominiums. Before its submission to the Government of Ontario, the model was endorsed by all Ontario chapters of the Canadian Condominium Institute, the ADR Institute of Ontario and the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (who recognized Richard as their 2012 Associate of the Year for his contribution).
Richard has written extensively and has spoken across the province at a variety of courses, seminars and conferences about condominium issues. He is passionate about condominium education. He readily volunteers his time to increase awareness among condominium unit owners in the belief that an engaged and informed approach will serve to better manage community-based conflict and will help build stronger condominium communities.