PARK CITY, Utah, Jan. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The HOA law firm of Morris Sperry will hold a free seminar on January 13 & 14th, 2015 at the Red Rock Brewery in Park City, Utah. The seminar will be focused on how board members can protect themselves and efficiently govern the association. The free legal seminar is titled "How To Be A Good Board Member." After the success of the last seminar, the free seminar on the 13th is completely booked. To accommodate, Morris Sperry has added an additional seminar on the 14th. Seats still remain on the 14th but are not likely to be available long. Reservations can be made by contacting Morris Sperry.
During this seminar, board members will learn what their legal rights and obligations are under Utah law. Management companies, individuals that manage HOAs, and especially HOA board members are all welcome to attend this free event.
The focus of this seminar is to educate the HOA community in Utah. When asked about the importance of HOA education, Robert Rosing, a Partner at Morris Sperry said, "This seminar will teach board members how to be better and more efficient. This seminar is designed to help board members understand what they should be doing and how they should be doing it."
Morris Sperry is known for their commitment not only to their clients, but also to the communities of Utah. John Morris of Morris Sperry elaborated on seminar education saying, "The Morris Sperry law firm is committed both to public service and to educating our client association board members. Free educational seminars are one way Morris Sperry satisfies both these commitments."
Morris Sperry is a Utah law firm that specializes in community association law, particularly HOA legal issues. Morris Sperry represents many Park City Homeowners Associations and individuals with HOA concerns. To attend the free seminar, contact Morris Sperry to RSVP.
January 13 & 14th, 2015; 6:00pm
Red Rock Brewery in Park City, Utah (at Redstone)
Complimentary appetizers, beer, wine and giveaways
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SOURCE Morris Sperry