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Special Assessments: How to Avoid Them When Possible, and Pass Them When Needed

The odds are strong that at some point in an association's history, it will experience the need for a special assessment., a national web-based publication, is hosting a live webinar on the topic: "Special Assessments: How to Avoid Them When Possible, and Pass Them when Needed."

Elizabeth White, LeClairRyan shareholder and leader of LeClairRyan's national Community Association Industry Team, will be one of two presenters selected by to speak and share her valuable expertise during this webinar. Along with nuts and bolts about how to go about adopting a special assessment and the consideration of alternatives to a special assessment, Ms. White will share some lessons learned on the communication and risk management side and offer tips for minimizing challenges to a special assessment.

For more information, or to register for this webinar, visit:


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