Legal Liability Relating to Service Coordination
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The life of a Resident Services Coordinator can often involve legal challenges and potential pitfalls. Fair housing issues, resident claims, and potential liability can arise at any time. This seminar will review potential claims and liabilities and discuss real world approaches to avoiding such claims. Objectives: 1. Participants will learn techniques for becoming more fluent with non-binary language. 2. Participants will understand some of the experiences in the non-binary community. 3. Participants will be able to ask questions about non-binary identities and experiences. Levels: All Levels Tracks: All Tracks HUD Category: Legal Liability Related to Service Coordination (Statutorily Required Training Area) Presenter: Attorney Jeffrey C. Turk Mr. Turk is the Managing Partner of Turk & Quijano, LLP and directs the firm’s landlord/tenant department focusing primarily on the representation of residential and commercial landlords. Turk & Quijano is one of the country’s preeminent law firms in the representation of residential and commercial landlords, both in market and subsidized housing. Attorney Turk is a 1992 cum laude graduate of Suffolk University Law School and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. The firms’ clients include many of the country’s largest and more prestigious property owners and managers, as well as numerous housing authorities and national trade organizations. Mr. Turk is currently the local counsel for the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, National Apartment Association, and Cambridge Housing Authority. He is also the former chairman of the Community Association Institute Attorneys Committee and the Institute of Real Estate Managers “Friends” Committee. He also served on the Property Law Council of the Massachusetts Bar Association (“MBA”) and has served on the faculty of the Massachusetts Bar Association and Housing Disability Law Center. Mr. Turk has lectured extensively on both commercial and residential landlord/tenant law and condominium subjects. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and his firm also practices in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Certificates will be issued following completion of the feedback form/session test which will be sent to you following the webinar via email. Note - this is a NERSC CEU. We have applied for MA-NASW CEUs. Payment, Cancellation & Refunds: All webinars require payment via credit card at the time of registration. You will receive a confirmation and receipt. If needed, then you can provide these to your organization for reimbursement. Attendees can cancel up until 2 days prior to the start of the webinar for a $30 refund. The $5 cancellation fee is to cover event and credit card processing fees. NERSC Webinars supported by CHFA, VHFA, Maine Housing, MassHousing, Rhode Island Housing and New Hampshire Housing.