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Condominium Law (Illinois) 2016 Edition

This is a comprehensive resource for attorneys representing developers, associations, or lenders.

This handbook provides best-practice guidance for attorneys whether they are representing condominium developers, associations, or lenders. Expert practitioners in the field offer experience-based solutions for the challenging problems facing their clients as well as creative solutions for the unique circumstances and situations that arise in condominium law issues.

Chapter 1 — The Illinois Act and Condominium Titles
Allan Goldberg, Joseph W. Scharnak, and Laura Lau Marinelli, Arnstein & Lehr LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Tax Considerations in Condominium Development

Gabriella R. Comstock, Keough & Moody, P.C., Naperville

Chapter 3 — Development Plans for New or Stalled Housing Developments
Victoria C. Bresnahan and Brian Meltzer, Meltzer Purtill & Stelle LLC, Chicago 

Chapter 4 — The Condominium Construction Finance
Robert J. Taylor, Robbins, Salomon & Patt, Ltd., Chicago 

Chapter 5 — The Condominium Property Report and the Condominium Disclosure Summary
Adam T. Berkoff and Brian A. Cohen, DLA Piper US LLP, Chicago 

Chapter 6 — Conversion of Existing Structures
Kenneth A. Michaels, Jr., Bauch & Michaels, LLC, Chicago 

Chapter 7 — The Condominium Documents
David C. Hartwell, Penland & Hartwell, L.L.C., Chicago 

Chapter 8 — Representing the Unit Purchaser/Seller
Michael C. Kim, Michael C. Kim & Associates, Chicago 

Chapter 9 — Representing the Condominium Association
Jordan I. Shifrin, Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, Chicago 

Chapter 10 — Condominium Management
Howard S. Dakoff, Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC, Chicago 

Chapter 11 — Financing Major Improvements or Capital Expenditures
Nicholas R. Galasso, Galasso P.C., Wheaton 

Chapter 12 — Taxation of Homeowners’ Associations
Mark W. Cantey and Karen Skoric, Cantey Associates, Wheaton 

Chapter 13 — Real Estate Taxes
Gabriella R. Comstock and Charles M. Keough, Keough & Moody P.C., Naperville

Chapter 14 — Local Condominium Ordinances
Karen Beverly, Penland & Hartwell, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Liability Problems
Kenneth A. Michaels Jr., Bauch & Michaels, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 16 — Condominium Litigation
Newton C. Marshall, Karbal, Cohen, Economou, Silk & Dunne LLC, and Kevin R. Sido, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

Chapter 17 — Commercial Condominiums
R. Kymn Harp, Robbins, Salomon & Patt, Ltd., Chicago 

Chapter 18 — Distressed Condominium Developments
Larry N. Woodard, Miller Canfield, Chicago

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This handbook provides best-practice guidance for attorneys whether they are representing condominium developers, associations, or lenders. Expert practitioners in the field offer experience-based solutions for the challenging problems facing their clients as well as creative solutions for the unique circumstances and situations that arise in condominium law issues.

Chapter 1 — The Illinois Act and Condominium Titles
Allan Goldberg, Joseph W. Scharnak, and Laura Lau Marinelli, Arnstein & Lehr LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Tax Considerations in Condominium Development

Gabriella R. Comstock, Keough & Moody, P.C., Naperville

Chapter 3 — Development Plans for New or Stalled Housing Developments
Victoria C. Bresnahan and Brian Meltzer, Meltzer Purtill & Stelle LLC, Chicago 

Chapter 4 — The Condominium Construction Finance
Robert J. Taylor, Robbins, Salomon & Patt, Ltd., Chicago 

Chapter 5 — The Condominium Property Report and the Condominium Disclosure Summary
Adam T. Berkoff and Brian A. Cohen, DLA Piper US LLP, Chicago 

Chapter 6 — Conversion of Existing Structures
Kenneth A. Michaels, Jr., Bauch & Michaels, LLC, Chicago 

Chapter 7 — The Condominium Documents
David C. Hartwell, Penland & Hartwell, L.L.C., Chicago 

Chapter 8 — Representing the Unit Purchaser/Seller
Michael C. Kim, Michael C. Kim & Associates, Chicago 

Chapter 9 — Representing the Condominium Association
Jordan I. Shifrin, Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, Chicago 

Chapter 10 — Condominium Management
Howard S. Dakoff, Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC, Chicago 

Chapter 11 — Financing Major Improvements or Capital Expenditures
Nicholas R. Galasso, Galasso P.C., Wheaton 

Chapter 12 — Taxation of Homeowners’ Associations
Mark W. Cantey and Karen Skoric, Cantey Associates, Wheaton 

Chapter 13 — Real Estate Taxes
Gabriella R. Comstock and Charles M. Keough, Keough & Moody P.C., Naperville

Chapter 14 — Local Condominium Ordinances
Karen Beverly, Penland & Hartwell, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Liability Problems
Kenneth A. Michaels Jr., Bauch & Michaels, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 16 — Condominium Litigation
Newton C. Marshall, Karbal, Cohen, Economou, Silk & Dunne LLC, and Kevin R. Sido, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

Chapter 17 — Commercial Condominiums
R. Kymn Harp, Robbins, Salomon & Patt, Ltd., Chicago 

Chapter 18 — Distressed Condominium Developments
Larry N. Woodard, Miller Canfield, Chicago

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