2018 Toast to Education/Law Luncheon Program

RMWBH Law appreciates that the schedule of most community association managers leaves little time for education and/or time with your families. For 2018, we set out to provide you not only with quality education, but options that work toward accommodation of both your professional and personal schedules. We alternate our programs each month between a lunch and evening, in an effort to meet everyone’s busy schedule. Our lunch program is focused on those managers that need in and out legal education without evening interruptions. Our business afterhours program will offer education with an evening toast for those managers that are unable to break away during the day.

Our goal is to provide you with convenient, efficient education that allows you to improve your legal knowledge base while leaving time for your clients and families, as determined by you.  All of these topics are available for onsite presentation, and we are happy to come to you if any of these topics strike you as pertinent for your teams.  We will conclude our 2018 Toast to Education/Law Luncheon program with a celebration-centered educational event in our office. Thank you for your support of RMWBH Law and we look forward to serving your legal education needs in 2018 and years to come.

Don't Sign That Proposal

How do I get the association out of this contract? If an attorney did not review it, the answer may be that you are stuck. With automatic renewal provisions, cumbersome termination procedures/deadlines, and, even worse, little or no insurance/indemnity protections for the association, the time to inquire about an association’s rights under a contract is before it is signed, not after. While we appreciate the cost-conscience board that may not want to pay an attorney for a contract review, those fees will most certainly be incurred later if the contract is poorly drafted, at best, or favors the vendor at the expense of the association, at worst. Brady is the managing shareholder of the firm’s San Antonio office. His practice focuses on Community Association Law where he represents a variety of property owners’ associations across the state of Texas. Brady is Board Certified in Residential Real Estate Law.

*Appetizers and drinks will be provided   

September 20, 2018

4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

 RMWBH Law Training Room

4630 N Loop 1604 West, Ste. 311

San Antonio, Texas 78249