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How to Protect Yourself and HOA from the Neighborhood Sociopath

Event Date: 10/27/2016

Due to popular demand, LeClair Ryan shareholder, Elizabeth White, is once again partnering with to present another live webinar on the topic of sociopaths in community associations and the pitfalls for association managers, boards and volunteers.

Run into any owners or residents who show contempt for and consistently disregard your HOA's rules? One in 25 people is a sociopath, or a person who regularly exhibits asocial or antisocial behavior. Sociopaths look like your everyday neighbors, but they can be scary and intimidating--and they can turn your HOA into a battleground.

Join us for a cutting-edge webinar on October 27 on how to wisely and safely handle the most difficult owners and residents you'll ever face, led by two community association experts with decades of hands-on experience in advising associations.
You'll learn:

  • The basics about sociopaths and persons with antisocial personality disorder and why their behavior is particularly destructive in a community association
  • Common types of sociopaths, along with what motivates them
  • The sociopaths you may encounter as a board member based on real-life examples, such as an owner who's a member of a sovereign citizens movement and doesn't recognize any authority, including your HOA
  • Tips to help you tackle the difficult task of identifying sociopaths, whether they're owners or fellow board members
  • Practical information to help you respond constructively to the actions of sociopaths you can't ignore, including things you should be especially concerned about in dealing with sociopaths
  • Information you can use to protect yourself and your HOA
  • And much more!

In just 60 minutes, you'll hear valuable information you can use now to be smarter when it comes to lessening the damage caused by the most difficult owners, residents, and board members. Register now for this informative event for community association board members.

Register here.

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