Mr. Direktor leads the firm’s statewide Community Association Practice Group which includes over thirty attorneys throughout Florida. He personally represents communities from Miami to Vero Beach focusing on representation of condominium, homeowners and cooperative associations and country clubs. He is a regular speaker on the topics of collection of assessments, effective covenant enforcement, insurance, hurricane recovery, fiscal management, document drafting and other issues for community associations for the Community Associations Institute, for Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Seminars and various civic associations. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law, teaching community association law at Nova Southeastern University College of Law for the past seven years.
Mr. Direktor regularly lectures for the Executive Manager’s Association and CAMP and has lectured on community association legal, operational and practice issues for CAI's National Law Seminar in Tucson, the Advanced Judicial Studies Seminar and University of Miami School of Law Annual Cluster Housing Institute. He has been recognized by Florida Trend Magazine as one of Florida's Legal Elite and has been interviewed on national and local television and quoted in national, statewide and local publications.
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He is a contributing co-author of Florida Admissibility of Evidence, (Harrison Company, 1989).