Property Law


We spoke on the second panel of the day at the 2022 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference at the William and Mary Law School. The subject of our panel — which included Professors David Callies, Tim Mulvaney, and Dave Owen — was “Reshaping the Framework Protecting Property Under the Roberts Court.”
Here’s a rough transcript of

In 2017, the Florida Legislature amended the community association statutes to formalize the estoppel certificate process and to establish the amount association were permitted to charge for providing the estoppel certificate. Prior to 2017, the statutes stated that associations could charge a fee for providing an estoppel certificate but did not specify the amount of

Before the 2020 pandemic, annual membership meetings were a time for owners to get together and discuss community issues while anxiously awaiting for election ballots to be counted. However, COVID-19 changed the manner in which association meetings were held. With restrictions on large group gatherings and strict quarantine requirements, many associations limited in-person attendance, requiring

Assessment payments are the life blood of every community association, and the recovery of delinquent assessments is the primary goal for every community association. However, many associations, and their management companies, refuse to accept direct payment from delinquent owners once the account is turned over to their attorney for collection proceedings. Many associations place a

In Metacel Pharmaceuticals LLC v. Rubicon Research Private Limited, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey recently denied the defendant’s request for leave to file a motion for summary judgment with respect to patent infringement. The plaintiff opposed the motion arguing that discovery was ongoing, and, in particular, the defendant

It’s our privilege to welcome Summerwind Townhomes of Anaheim Association to Tinnelly Law Group’s growing family of HOA clients.
Summerwind is a Mediterranean inspired condominium community located within minutes to stores, restaurants, services, and entertainment in the Anaheim East of Harbor region of Anaheim.  Residents enjoy a community pool and spa.

Our HOA lawyers and

Select Portfolio Servicing (SPS) has announced that it is set to acquire certain Rushmore Loan Management Services assets, along with their servicing personnel and contracts, in a move that will see the two companies enter “a new era,” says Rushmore president, Jocelyn Martin-Leano.
This transaction is expected to be completed in 2022’s fourth quarter,