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Robert DeNichilo Awarded Orange County Chapter of CAI's 2017 Author of the Year


Congratulations to Robert DeNichilo for being awarded range County Chapter of CAI's 2017 Author of the Year for his article on dealing with fair housing accommodation requests titled "Responding to an Accommodation Request? What’s your Policy?"

Read the award winning article along with other informative articles on our website and at our blog,

Enforcement in the Post Drought Era

Featuring: Robert DeNichilo
Robert DeNichilo will be speaking on enforcement in the post drought era at the Greater Inland Empire Chapter of CAI’s educational luncheon on August 17th, 2017.
Location: CAI Greater Inland Empire, 5029 La Mart Dr., Suite A, Riverside, CA 92507

Responding to an Accommodation Request? What’s your Policy?

Responding to an accommodation request does not have to be scary. Adopting a policy for an association to follow goes a long way to successfully addressing accommodation requests properly. But there are several stages where boards and managers can get tripped up in the process.

California Drought restrictions Officially Lifted

California Governor Jerry Brown Officially declared an end to the drought and rescinded two drought-related executive orders from 2014, including the one that declared a drought state of emergency, excepting four counties in Central California. The Governor’s action today reinstates the ability for California community associations to impose fines or otherwise enforce their governing documents related to an … Continue reading "California Drought restrictions Officially Lifted"

Robert DeNichilo to Speak on Joint Employer Issues at National Law Seminar

Featuring: Robert DeNichilo

Partner Robert DeNichilo will be speaking on the topic of “Community Associations and the Joint Employer Conundrum: Is the Association Vendor its Employee?” at the National Community Association Law Seminar in Las Vegas on January 20, 2017.

The presentation explores the impact of the National Labor Relations Board’s recent decision expanding the scope of joint employer relationships, community associations may be inadvertently taking actions which could lead to the association being found to be a joint employer of its vendors’ employees. This could lead to exposure for workers compensation, overtime, vacation, discrimination, and other employment-related claims against the association by the employee. This session encourages audience participation and discussion as to circumstances where a joint employer relationship might be found, strategies associations and their counsel can take to limit the likelihood that the association would be found to be a joint employer, and how to limit liability in circumstances where the association could be determined to be a joint employer.

Location: National Community Association Law Seminar Las Vegas, NV

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