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Kareem Maddison Receives 2017 Young Alumni Award From Emory University School of Law

Kareem Maddision was awarded the 2017 Emory University School of Law Young Alumni Award. The Young Alumni Award recognizes the professional and personal achievement of an alumna or alumnus who graduated within the past 15 years and has made notable leadership and service contributions to Emory Law and to the legal profession. Nominees for this award are considered on the basis of their: • Leadership and active involvement within their professional and personal environments •...

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Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC Collected Over $8.5 Million For Clients in 2016

Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC collected $8,553,477.72 for our clients in 2016, which is up from the $8.3 million we collected in 2015!   We know the importance of collections. We know that clients do not want to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars per delinquent account without getting results. Our firm therefore pioneered the industry with results-oriented collections that we call Common Sense Collections. We place the financial burden of collections and place it where it should be...

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Community Matters – Winter 2017 Edition

The Winter 2017 edition features a review of the bankruptcy “automatic stay” statute and its application in community association scenarios (by Daniel Melchi), an article discussing important considerations for adopting amendments (by Brendan Hunter), and an article discussing how the “Under 18 Needing Adult Supervision” pool rule presents legal concerns (by Haley Bourret). Community Matters is published on our website on a quarterly basis, and if you would like hard copies, we can...

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Stephen Finamore and Elina Brim win in Court of Appeals Case Affirming Tax Sale Purchaser’s Obligation to Pay Assessments

A tax sale purchaser acquired title to eight Association lots at tax sale and subsequently failed to pay assessments due to the Association. The Association filed a lawsuit alleging that the purchaser was responsible for payment of all assessments due after the date of the tax sales. The purchaser disputed liability for assessments claiming that the title conveyed in the tax sales was not sufficient to trigger liability for assessments. In the trial court, Mr. Finamore argued that the...

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Brian P. McElreath and Natalie Pike Win Defense Ruling on a Claim Filed under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act

This case involved two claims for binaural hearing loss under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act. The Employer/Carrier accepted the initial 2012 hearing loss claim as compensable and paid the claim. There no dispute regarding compensability, so no informal conference or written recommendation was issued by the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs. The Claimant continued working for the Employer and filed a second hearing loss claim in 2014, which the Employer/Carrier...

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