Bleakley Platt Partner Jim Glatthaar Speaks at Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums
Jim Glatthaar, a member of the Cooperatives and Condominium practice, was invited to speak at an evening program of the Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums on March 8th. His presentation focused on what happens when a cooperative finds itself with one or more dissidents on the board whose interests are not aligned with either the board or other owners.
Topics covered included the characteristics of a good board, why dissidents run for board positions, why they are sometimes elected to the board, the impact dissidents can have on a co-operative or condominium board and the board’s options when dealing with a dissident or rogue board member.
Jim Glatthaar is a member of the Litigation, Co-Operative and Condominium, Construction and Real Estate Practice Groups. He concentrates his practice in the areas of zoning and land use law and litigation, cooperative and condominium law, construction law and real estate litigation. He has represented landlords, tenants, developers, non-profit institutions, sellers, purchasers, realtors, cooperatives and condominiums in building, zoning, housing and disability-based discrimination claims, landlord-tenant and construction defect claims both in courts and before state and federal administrative agencies. He has also represented property owners and purchasers in complex real estate and financing transactions.
Learn more about James W. Glatthaar here.
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