Jeffrey E. Kaman, Partner
Jeffrey E. Kaman earned his law degree from the Cleveland Marshall College of Law, after graduating with honors from Loyola University Chicago with degrees in History and Political Science. Since joining Kaman & Cusimano, Jeff has worked intensively, focusing on association operations, answering many general operational telephone calls, and spends significant time drafting governing document amendments, reviewing contracts, and writing opinion letters for the firm’s condominium and homeowner association clients. In addition, Jeff has been instrumental in advising Ohio’s community associations about today’s lending regulations, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, and VA requirements and approvals.
As current a member of his condominium association’s board, Jeff is able to empathize with today’s challenges that face all community association board members by being both a board member and a unit owner. Using that experience, Jeff is constantly attending community association meetings with the goal to develop further relationships with our clients and their professional property managers, and to educate board members and owners on Ohio community association laws on topics such as reserves, collections, enforcement, insurance, pending legislation, and developer transition issues, as well as to moderate elections, explain governing document amendments, and elaborate on owner and association responsibilities.
Further, Jeff enjoys confronting the challenges and opportunities for condominium and homeowner associations presented by technological advancement. He has been influential in deploying ATLAS: the Association Total Legal Assistance System, Kaman & Cusimano’s state-of-the-art online resource for board members and property managers. Jeff also routinely writes for the Ohio Condo & HOA law blog and numerous other online articles.
- Loyola University Chicago, B.A., Honors History and Political Science, cum laude, 2007
- Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2010
- Admitted to the Ohio Bar, 2010
- Admitted to Southern District of Ohio, Federal Court 2011
- Columbus Bar Association
- Ohio State Bar Association
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
- Community Associations Institute
- Dayton Bar Association
- Cincinnati Bar Association