A recent lawsuit was filed against recorders in all 88 Ohio counties to require the removal of racist language from recorded documents. Discriminatory restrictive covenants can found in deeds and governing documents pre-dating the Fair Housing Act of 1968. These restrictions prohibit certain ethnic or religious groups from purchasing...
K&C Helps Condominium Win Municipal Approval For Erosion Plan
Recently, Kaman & Cusimano successfully assisted a client with winning municipal approval for financing a major erosion plan. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported on the story, and quoted Kaman & Cusimano Partner Jay Cusimano, Esq. To read the article and learn more, please read the entire story: http://www.cleveland.com/lakewood/index.ssf/2016/07/lakewood_city_council_oks_meri.html
Attorney Darcy Good Presents at Northern Ohio CAI Seminar
Kaman & Cusimano partner Darcy Mehling Good, Esq., presented on Ohio legislative updates at the recent Northern Ohio Community Association Institute Seminar. Ms. Good, who chairs CAI’s Ohio Legislative Action Committee, updated the chapter on recent and pending legislative efforts. Kaman & Cusimano continues to proudly support the...
K&C Assists Association with Tree and Trespassing Dispute
Kaman & Cusimano attorney Erika Finley recently assisted a gated community client in resolving a dispute with an owner regarding an old cucumber tree that is the subject of sightseeing by the surrounding community. To learn more, please read this story from the Canton Repository: http://www.cantonrep.com/article/20160108/NEWS/160109487
K&C Helps Association Resolve Water Company Billing Issue
Kaman & Cusimano, LLC attorney Joseph DiBaggio recently helped a community association resolve a major billing issue with the water company. The association was being dramatically undercharged the cost of water because of a water company mistake, and Kaman & Cusimano’s actions helped to cure the billing issue so that the association...