- Featured in the above video is GSL Principals Henry Goodman and Ellen Shapiro’s most recent WBZ radio segment in which basic condominium issues are discussed.
- On Saturday, Sept. 21 from 8-9 p.m. on WBZ A.M. 1030 Real Estate Radio, we discussed the pros and cons of condominium rental restrictions (whether or not a condo allows units to be rented or occupied by owners), including the impact on mortgages versus the marketability of units, with hosts Rick Scherer & Ali Alavi.
- For information about our future airings, please stay tuned for updates via email, Facebook, and Twitter.
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Click to view GSL’s article featured in the September 2013 edition of Condo Media Magazine:
- Gaining Access to Troubled Units: Knowing and Understanding the Documents and Laws by Mary Joy Howes, Esq.
- That “First Day of School” Feeling: Inside a Newly Transitioned Condo’s Unit Owner Meeting, written by Frank A. Lombardi, Esq.
Owners, Trustees & Managers Fill the Aisles At the Fifth New England Condo Expo
New England Condominium’s Condo Expo was a beehive of activity on May 21, as thousands of community association board members, homeowners and industry professionals gathered at Boston’s Seaport World Trade Center. (more…)Read More
Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi adds attorney
June 21, 2013
Frederick “Rick” Casavant IV has joined Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi LLC as an attorney who will support the law firm’sLincoln,R.I. andDedham offices. Casavant, a member of theMassachusetts,Rhode Island, and New Hampshire Bar Associations, has nearly 10 years of experience in real estate law. He has appeared in court cases throughoutNew England and has a working knowledge of civil procedure and motion practice. Prior to joining GSL, Casavant worked as a litigation attorney responsible for cases in the areas of borrower-lender relations, real estate law, banking law, fair debt, and numerous other related fields. He also practiced law as a foreclosure attorney. He earned his J.D. from the New England School of Law and a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Worcester State College.
Click to view the following GSL coverage in the June 2013
edition of Condo Media Magazine:
May 5, 2013
Frederick “Rick” Casavant IV has been named an attorney at Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi, LLC. Casavant, a member of the Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire Bar Associations, has nearly 10 years of experience in real estate law. He has appeared in court cases throughout New England. He holds a J.D. from the New England School of Law.Read More
- “The Importance of Volunteering: Why Everyone Should Consider Serving on an Association Board or Committee,” written by Frank A. Lombardi, Esq.
- “The Liability Landscape: Community Association Trustees Don’t Have to Worry (Much) About Personal Liability” – Insight from Henry A. Goodman, Esq.
- “All Quiet on the Legislative Front — For Now: A Look at What is (or isn’t) Happening in Vermont, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts” – Insight from Frank A. Lombardi, Esq.
Click to view the following GSL coverage in the April 2013
edition of Condo Media Magazine:
Henry A. Goodman, Esq.
Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi, LLC
CCAL Education Committee
While CAI New England chapter members and staff can be found at countless local programs and events, a handful of dedicated volunteers lend their expertise and time to serving at a national level. Familiar names and faces to many chapter members and industry professionals, the following volunteers are applauded for their activism and contributions.
College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL)
Since 1993, CAI has recognized excellence in the practice of community association law through the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL).
Members of the College distinguish themselves through contributions to the development of community association law. Their service is demonstrated by a commitment to educate boards and residents of the more than 300,000 community associations across the country. CCAL attorneys commit themselves to high standards of professional and ethical conduct and work to create a community of experienced legal professionals to advance community association law for the betterment of the communities they serve.Read More