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HOSPITALITY, TIMESHARING AND COMMON INTEREST DEVELOPMENT GROUP

HOSPITALITY, TIMESHARING AND COMMON INTEREST DEVELOPMENT GROUP

Welcome!

The Hospitality Group focuses on the varied and numerous issues involving the development, structuring, management and operation of resorts, hotels, and common interest communities such as condominiums, timeshares, and planned communities. There are three committees with in the group,each of which specifically addresses its designated subject matter (although there is often a significant amount of overlap between the committees). Each committee pursues the unique issues presented in the irrespective areas of practice, including such issues as the acquisition, financing, development, operation, management and dis position of these special types of development. The three committees are:

In addition to the materials available here, our Group also hosts a number of hot topics calls and sponsors eCLE programs through out the year. We look forward to your involvement with our Group.

Group Events

Section Events

    Planning With Difficult Assets

    08/02/2016-08/02/2016

    Traditional wealth transfer planning strategies may not work for some clients or some assets. Reasons for this include assets subject to restrictions so they cannot be transferred, that are not likely to appreciate greater than the AFR, that do not generate cash flow, or whose sale would result in significant ...

    Estate Tax Return I (Form 706)

    08/11/2016-08/11/2016

    2016 eLearning Program: More Than the Basics: Estate Planning and Estate Administration The eLearning Program is a training series focused on the needs of new lawyers and paralegals working in the areas of trust and estate law. The ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and ...

    Oops! The Top 50 Life insurance Planning Mistakes - How to Avoid or Fix Them

    08/16/2016-08/16/2016

    Life insurance is commonly used in both estate planning and employee benefits planning. Obtaining the expected results often requires complying with specific, sometimes complex and confusing requirements. Our speakers will discuss how to avoid common mistakes and how to fix them when they occur. Topics ...

LISTSERV Communication

In order to send a message to the listserve, send the message as an email to the address below. You must be a member of the Committee to use the listserve.

RPTE-HOSPITALITY@mail.americanbar.org

In order to access the listserve archive, please click here. Please note that you will need to create a new password, separate from your regular ABA password, in order to use this archive.


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Group Leadership

Chair:

Lubinski, Joseph
Message From Group Leadership

Council Representative:

Freedman, Robert

Vice-Chair:

Haggerty, Nancy

Committee Roster  

Modified by Adam Bielawski on April 18, 2016

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