Learning from Palm II (IL): Key Considerations for Holding Meetings

As boards and managers begin to evaluate their meeting procedures in light of the Palm II case, we would like to provide some general considerations. It is important to note that each association should have its declaration and bylaws reviewed by competent counsel to determine exactly how they must conduct their meetings. While this is general in scope and may be helpful for educating boards and managers on key topics, it is no substitute for a qualified opinion letter.   Read more………

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