Common Interest Podcast

Legal Update: Elections & Collections Concerns for an Extended “Stay-at-Home” Order

May 5, 2020

Replay of our LIVE Legal Update on May 4th, 2020 streamed live on Youtube.

The "Stay-at-Home" order in Illinois was extended to May 31st, and there are constantly new developments in the issues surrounding COVID-19.

This Live Legal Update is intended to help board members, owners, residents, managers, and businesses understand the issues surrounding COVID-19 mitigation and relief efforts as they impact condominium, townhome, and homeowners' associations in Illinois, with a primary focus on difficulties for associations to hold elections and collect assessments under the newest executive orders in Illinois.

This event featured a live panel of three attorneys specializing in Community Association law, answering some frequently asked questions and taking questions from the live chat.


The attorneys on the live panel include:

Gabriella R. Comstock - Keough & Moody

Patrick T. Costello - Keay & Costello

Adam T. Kahn - Levenfeld Pearlstein




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