Janice Scotton earned her law degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 1992 and has been successfully representing community associations ever since facilitating corporate compliance and aiding in general operations.
As the number of newly constructed community associations and condominium conversions began to grow, her career evolved into litigating construction deficiencies, developer disclosure violations and enforcement of the consumer protection provisions contained in Ohio’s Condominium Act. Once again as the needs of community associations changed over time and as a result of the economic downturn, Janice transferred her skills and experience to match those needs representing our clients in contested foreclosure actions. She also initiated post judgment enforcement actions such as bank attachments and wage garnishments, also litigating those matters where contested.
Currently, Janice’s focus is on assisting communities with updating their governing documents to meet community needs and to reflect emerging trends, changes in law, and technology.
- Miami University, B.S., Special Education, magna cum laude, 1986
- Case Western Reserve University School of Law, J.D., 1992
- Admitted to Ohio Bar, 1992
- Admitted to Northern District of Ohio, Federal Court, 1992
- Community Associations Institute
- Geauga County Bar Association