The benefits of electronic voting and virtual meetings for condos and HOAs

Now that things are pretty much back to normal, is your condo or HOA picking up where it left off? While it feels good to resume regular operations, you might want to rethink hosting in-person votes and meetings.

It’s in everyone’s best interest to participate in member meetings and elections, but many associations still struggle to reach quorum. People don’t always have the time to attend meetings, or sometimes, they may simply forget. 

During this free Condo Control webinar, our panel will look at the benefits of hosting meetings and votes electronically. Learn how you can save your condo or HOA time and money. Plus, we’ll have an attorney available to address the legalities of e-voting in Florida. Share your questions or most challenging experiences with us.   

Join Richard Ramrattan, virtual meeting specialist, and Mark Lippman, founder of Lippman Law Offices, P.A. and highly qualified association law attorney, as they talk about how to effectively host association meetings and votes online.

More about our guest speaker

Mark began his career in real estate law while attending law school in Ft. Lauderdale. He worked on homeowner association and condominium association litigation issues throughout South Florida. After graduating, Mark decided that he wanted to continue in this area of law because he could make a real difference for people. Mark has been recognized by his peers for his outstanding work, and has received multiple awards including the Florida Community Association Journal’s Reader’s Choice Award in 2016-2020, and Super Lawyers 2021.

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Attendees will have the opportunity to learn and ask questions about:

  • How e-voting and virtual meetings work
  • The legal aspects of e-voting in Florida
  • What to ask your attorney before hosting an e-vote
  • And more

Space is limited, so secure your spot now! Those that sign up but can’t attend will still receive a recording of the webinar. 


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