KSN is proud to announce that attorney Omar Malik has recently been elected as Co-Chair of the Chicago Bar Association Real Property Law – Condominium Law Subcommittee.

“By serving as co-chair of the Condominium Law Subcommittee,” Omar noted, “it places me in a prime position to monitor proposed state legislation. This allows me and KSN to counsel clients not only on the likelihood of various bills passing, but also on how each may impact the community associations we represent.”

Omar also facilitates discussion among other real estate attorneys representing community associations throughout the Chicagoland area and Illinois by arranging presentations to help educate and foster learning in the industry.

Omar has been a member of subcommittee since 2016. From the Chicago Bar Association website:

“The Real Property Law Committee is involved in all areas of real estate law and practice. Through its subcommittees which meet at least once monthly and the committee as a whole which meets monthly, developments in all areas of real estate law and practice are studied, and legislative changes suggested. Members are kept advised of recent developments by regular CLE programs, committee programs and a newsletter.”

 

More about KSN attorney Omar Malik

Omar Malik concentrates his practice on the representation of condominium, homeowner (HOA), and townhome community associations. Thorough and very detail-oriented, Omar utilizes his litigation background to assist association clients through difficult disputes and legal concerns. He has represented clients through all phases of litigation including mediation, arbitration, and bench trials.

Omar assists condominium associations in working with developers in the complex process of condominium deconversion (or condominium conversion), involving the process whereby a developer converts a condominium building into an apartment building.

A comment from an association board member regarding a condominium deconversion managed by Omar: “I am super impressed at [KSN’s] abilities to navigate everything we encountered during this process. I was sure the whole thing was dead…You guys are like an elite highly specialized Seal Team Six of lawyers going after the toughest most dangerous tasks in the world. [KSN] made it happen and for that we are super grateful.”

 

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Do not hesitate to contact our law firm if your condominium, homeowner (HOA), and townhome community associations has any legal concerns. Please call 855-537-0500 or visit www.ksnlaw.com.

Since 1983, KSN has been a legal resource for condominium, homeowner, and townhome associations. Additionally, we represent clients in real estate transactions, collections, landlord/tenant issues, and property tax appeals. We have four office locations, serving hundreds of clients and thousands of communities throughout Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. Our attorneys are also licensed in Arizona, Florida, and Missouri.

 

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