Educational "Bruncheon"
10:45 AM - 12:15 PM
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Event Description

Corporate Transparency Act — Practical Information for Community Managers and Board Members

Friday, May 17, 2024
10:45 am - 12:15 pm

Maggiano's Little Italy
17603 W I-10
San Antonio, TX 78257

Katy David will explain the application of the Corporate Transparency Act to Homeowners’ Associations and Condominiums and will suggest practical steps Management Companies can use to help the Associations they represent comply with the law.

Who Should Attend and Why
Community association managers, management company owners and staff, HOA and condominium Board Members, homeowners, and interested stakeholders will all benefit from understanding the new federal reporting requirements for community associations. Not only will valuable information be shared during the "bruncheon", but attendees will also be eligible to enter a drawing for gift cards, browse sponsor tables, and more! 

$35 - CAI SA Member
$45 - General/Non-Member
$0 - 2024 Annual Sponsor

*This presentation is pending 1 CEU for those who maintain or are aspiring to achieve the CMCA designation through CAMICB.
Maggiano's Little Italy
17603 W. I-10
San Antonio, TX 78257

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Contact Person
Jesus Azanza
(phone: 210.389.6382)
About Katherine E. David

Clients might say that Katy David can see around corners and predict what’s coming next, all in an effort to help them meet their missions. Katy, an experienced and energetic tax lawyer, is gifted at helping her tax-exempt clients feel safe, whether they are confronting challenges or seizing opportunities. Tax-exempt organizations of all sizes rely on Katy to guide them at formation, during their operation and growth, and—when necessary—through wind-down and dissolution. When Katy takes on a new client, she works to truly understand the impact the organization has within its community. From there, Katy is able to help clients plan and implement their strategic direction by combining her technical and legal knowledge with a gut instinct that’s been honed over more than 20 years of practice.

Katy’s love of tax law began when she was inspired by her tax law professor, the late Martin “Marty” Ginsburg. Professor Ginsburg once said that the most important thing he did was enable his wife, the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, to do what she did. Katy firmly believes that the most important thing she can do is help her clients achieve greatness by providing them with solid guidance, advocacy, and counsel.

When things are falling apart in a nonprofit organization, Katy David is the attorney you want in the room to triage and manage the crisis, coordinate the message, and plan for the future.

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