Common Ground Coffee Hour
We invite you to join special guest speaker, Attorney Dan Webert, Partner at Barker Martin P.S., and members of the Bluestone & Hockley Management Team for this exciting learning opportunity on topics that matter to Community Associations!
Date: June 21, 2018
Location: Ecotrust, Billy Frank Jr. Conference Center
Q&A session to include:
- Construction Contracts
- Special Assessments
- Enforcement Issues/HOA Communications
- Association vs Homeowner Responsibilities
About the Speaker:
Dan is a litigator who represents property owners in construction and insurance recovery litigation. He has represented the interests of thousands of homeowners through their community associations and has participated in the recovery of tens-of-millions of dollars for damages incurred from defective construction. Dan also represents owners of multifamily and commercial buildings, including apartments, malls, and shopping centers.
In his litigation practice, Dan focuses on residential and commercial construction litigation resulting from design, construction, and product liability claims. He has participated as primary counsel in numerous multi-million dollar construction defect cases, including residential, multifamily and commercial buildings. His cases have included virtually all types of construction and have related to defects in building components ranging from siding and windows to plumbing and mechanical systems.
In addition to his construction defect experience, Dan has litigated payment and performance disputes (including construction lien), product liability, design professional, and insurance recovery claims. He also has experience in a variety of commercial and real estate disputes. His early experience as a bankruptcy litigator provides valuable insight in claims brought against defunct developers, contractors and other businesses.
In addition to his litigation focus, Dan serves as general counsel for community associations, often for former litigation clients who have come to rely on his advice. As general counsel, he advises regarding the interpretation, compliance, and amendment of governing documents; risk management and insurance; operating budgets and reserves; vendor selection and contract review; dispute resolution; collections; and, other general advice.