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Virtual Class (2 CAMICB Credits) - Security, Cybersecurity & Premises Liability in HOAs

  • 05/26/2020
  • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Virtual Meeting: ZOOM Platform


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 Virtual Class - 2 Education Credits

Security, Cybersecurity & Premises Liability in HOAs

Class Description

Recent events and trends have led to increased use of technology within community associations and, in particular, many mountain and resort communities. With this increased reliance on electronic (online), web-based, and/or industry-specific software to support day-to-day operations, comes increased responsibility for ensuring the safety and security of information stored by associations and managers.  It’s important that community associations and managers understand their respective obligations under the Colorado Consumer Privacy Data Act.  

In this virtual class, learn tips and recommendations to maintain the safety and integrity of personal information and other data in community associations, and strategies for effectively utilizing technology to benefit communities and management.


Class Registration:

Business Partner CAI Member: $25

Homeowner / Board Member $FREE

Manager CAI Member: $20

Manager Non Member: $30



Speaker:  Aaron Goodlock

Aaron is a Colorado attorney who is also licensed in Michigan. Aaron comes from a background that includes working closely with residential and commercial property management and consulting firms in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Prior to moving to Colorado, Aaron worked with a boutique law firm handling a variety of real estate and business matters, including landlord-tenant law and working with local municipalities to develop sustainable land use policies. 

Since joining Orten Cavanagh & Holmes in 2013, Aaron’s practice has focused exclusively on working with homeowners associations and condominium associations in Colorado common interest communities. In his role as general counsel, Aaron represents community associations in a variety matters, including advising clients on day-to-day operations and affairs, Board member education and training, drafting and amending governing documents, developer transition, association governance, insurance, fair housing, covenant enforcement, and resolving owner disputes. Aaron also works with a variety of timeshare and mountain resort communities. 


Speaker:  Connor Wilden

Connor is a Colorado attorney who specializes in providing general counsel for common interest communities. Born and raised in Michigan, Connor moved to Denver to attend law school in 2015. Prior to joining Orten Cavanagh & Holmes in 2019, Connor worked first as a law clerk and then as a common interest community attorney for another local firm. 


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