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SCOTTSDALE

9000 E. Pima Center Parkway, Suite 300

Scottsdale, AZ  85258

PEORIA

16150 N. Arrowhead Fountains Center Drive, Suite 200

Peoria, AZ  85382

TUCSON

7616 N. La Cholla Boulevard

Tucson, AZ 85741

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Disrupting the Disruptors:  Taking Back Your Board Meetings and Your Life

We all know the type: “the vocal minority,” also known as disruptive owners. If you’ve dealt with them at a meeting, in the neighborhood or on social media, you know how difficult they can be. They are often content to criticize from afar, but they don’t always offer to serve. At board meetings, they may constantly interrupt the flow of the meeting and make negative comments. And now with social media, the criticism never ends. 

 

Join us for an interactive seminar all about dealing with disruptive owners, featuring real-life scenarios and audience participation. Community association managers and attorneys will share best practices and recommendations on how to deal with disruptive owners, ensure more efficient meetings and address the social media aspect of the vocal minority.

 

Bios:

Javier B. Delgado. Esq. and Mark K. Sahl, Esq.

Carpenter, Hazlewood, Delgado & Bolen, LLP

Javier B. Delgado. Esq. and Mark K. Sahl, Esq. are lawyers who represent community associations and condominium associations, businesses and nonprofit organizations throughout Arizona. Javier and Mark frequently present at both the local and national level. 

 

Javier has been featured in the New York Times, the Arizona Republic, Phoenix New Times newspapers and was a monthly contributor to a community association radio program from 2015 to 2018.  Mark recently published The Arizona Manual for Claims Professionals – HOA and Condominium Claims.

 

Javier and Mark both have expertise in assisting boards with complex problems involving maintenance disputes, insurance claims, interpreting covenants, bylaws and rules, reviewing contracts, gaining owner compliance, dealing with owner versus owner disputes, addressing discrimination claims, complying with state and federal law and pursuing delinquencies.

 

Javier obtained his law degree from the University of Arizona in 2000 and is licensed in Arizona and New Mexico. Mark obtained his law degree from Baylor Law School in 2007, and he is licensed to practice law in Arizona. Mark is also a Certified Public Accountant in Arizona, as of 2005.

 

Javier and Mark are shareholders with the law firm Carpenter, Hazlewood, Delgado & Bolen, LLP.  For more information, e-mail or call: javier@carpenterhazlewood.com 480.427.2841 and mark.sahl@carpenterhazlewood.com 480.427.2859.