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Hospitality, Timesharing & Common Interest Developments Group
The Hospitality, Timesharing and Common Interests Development Group consists of three Committees: the Common Interest Ownership Development Committee, the Hotels, Resorts, and Tourism Committee, and the Timesharing and Interval Uses Committee. The Group actively develops substantive programs for the Section, and provides free quarterly hot topic conference calls on the latest issues impacting attorneys who practice in the respective Committee areas. The Group Chair is Dan Orvin, of Womble Carlyle, and the Group Vice Chair is Joey Lubinski, of Ballard Spahr. The Group presented a program at the 2013 Spring Symposia in Washington, DC entitled “How to ‘Act’ Appropriately and Stay on the Track: The Impact of Accessibility Design Requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act” focusing on how these Acts impact hotels, condominiums and fractionals/timeshares. Join this Group in this link.
Common Interest Ownership Development Committee
Hotels, Resorts, and Tourism Committee
Timesharing and Interval Uses Committee
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