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Open Session Web Page as a Resource for Virginia Community Associations

We are pleased to announce the launch of Open Session—a web page curated for Virginia community association board members, committee members, managers, and other industry leaders to easily access relevant community association resources.

Open Session contains links to our COVID-19 articles and information, Virginia common interest community statutes and regulations, fair housing laws and regulations, information on upcoming Vandeventer Black community association-related events, and much more!

Check Open Session frequently for regular updates.

Open Session

Vandeventer Black’s Community Association Law practice provides comprehensive legal services specific to the needs of our community association clients. As one of the most progressive practices in Virginia, our team has extensive experience working with a large roster of common interest community boards and managers on the wide range of issues presented on a daily basis, as well as in less typical and more complex situations.

Tailored Legal Counseling and Strategic Guidance

We recognize the unique and multifaceted nature of community associations and address their needs efficiently and effectively. We provide strategic guidance in the interpretation, review, and development of governing documents and operational issues and assist with developing and implementing policy. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional value while maintaining superior quality, professionalism, and integrity.

The scope of our representation of community associations spans the spectrum of legal issues from:

Where We Can Help

Vandeventer Black attorneys serve as legal counsel to community associations throughout Virginia and North Carolina, including:

  • Hampton Roads / Coastal Virginia
  • Williamsburg
  • Peninsula
  • Richmond
  • Central Virginia
  • Virginia’s Eastern Shore
  • Outer Banks

Collaborative Team of Attorneys

By integrating expertise from subject matter specialists in Vandeventer Black’s other practice groups (including construction, employment, fair housing, environmental, taxation, corporate, finance, litigation, and contracts), we are able to best meet the needs of the associations we serve. We take a proactive approach to avoid disputes when possible. We have a team of experienced litigators to support community associations in disputes that arise, such as warranty obligations, construction defects, breach of contract, covenants and rules enforcement, governance, insurance, and surety claims. As practitioners of all forms of dispute resolution, we take pride in using creative ideas to help our clients resolve disputes in the most efficient manner.

Knowledgeable Team

At Vandeventer Black, we prioritize staying current and playing a role in the evolution of the law and legal trends in this specialized area. We are dedicated to providing leadership in the Community Associations Institute, an international member organization with local chapters whose purpose is to promote, improve, and advance the interests of community associations and the community at large.

Assessment Collection

Successful assessment collection is the lifeblood of every community association. Vandeventer Black excels at effective and efficient assessment collection. By investing in and utilizing technology, dedicating staff, and cultivating a roster of attorneys to prosecute cases, we produce superior results that provide a positive return to our clients. Our team is seasoned in the broad range of creditors’ rights, including lien and lien enforcement, foreclosure, and bankruptcy.

Articles
Legal Counsel’s Two Cents on Community Association Budget Considerations
Kathleen W. Panagis, Deborah M. Casey
It is that time of year.  Summer vacations are in the books, schools are in session, and pumpkin spice lattes are back on tap.  These signs of Fall also mean many Virginia community associations are in budget season. Community association boards rely on their budget committees, management team, accountants, auditors, ...
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What the Beep?! New Law Changes Community Association Treatment of Accessible Parking Requests
Kathleen W. Panagis
For Virginia community associations, requests for accessible parking to accommodate a disability come in many forms.  Requests range from asking for a designated handicap parking space to a parking space closer to one’s residence to curb cuts to reconfiguring and/or restriping a parking space.  These requests involve a change in ...
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Plugging In: Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Virginia Community Associations
Kathleen W. Panagis
The past decade has seen an explosion in the popularity of electric vehicles. All expectations are that this popularity will continue to grow.  There are many makes and models of electric vehicles, and they can be classified as either battery electric vehicles (“BEVs”) or plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (“PHEVs”)—both of ...
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News
Deborah M. Casey Named as ‘Influential Women of Law’ for 2019
Deborah M. Casey
Attorney Deborah M. Casey, a Vandeventer Black AV Preeminent® rated partner and Executive Board member, will receive the Influential Woman of Law for 2019 distinction on February 18, 2019. This recognition is awarded by Virginia Lawyers Weekly as part of the inaugural class of Virginia’s leading women attorney program. “Debbie’s integrity and ...
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Deborah M. Casey Selected as a 2018 Woman Leader in the Law
Deborah M. Casey
Vandeventer Black LLP AV® Preeminent-rated partner Deborah M. Casey was selected as a 2018 Woman Leader in the Law by The National Law Journal. Casey is a highly accomplished attorney who has also been recognized among ‘Influential Women of the Year’ by Virginia Lawyers Weekly, ‘Best Women In The Law 2017’ by Virginia Living Magazine, ...
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