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Matt Drewes Quoted in Two Recent Articles at HOALeader.com: Handling rogue board members; and Proper treatment of meeting minutes.

20 Dec

Matt Drewes recently contributed quotes for the following articles published at www.hoaleader.com, a national web-based publication focused on homeowners association and condominium board members and association management professionals:

  • What’s Your Duty When Fellow HOA Board Members Violate Governing Documents?; published November 2013 at HOALeader.com
    • Publisher: Plain-English Media, LLC (quoting Matthew A. Drewes); Read it now.
  • More HOA Meeting Minute Madness: When Can Minutes Be Changed?”; published November 2013 at HOALeader.com
    • Publisher: Plain-English Media, LLC (quoting Matthew A. Drewes); Read it now.

Matt is a Shareholder with Thomsen Nybeck.  He is the head of the firm’s eight-member Community Association Representation Group and the firm’s Creditors’ Remedies Group, and practices in the areas of business and real estate litigation and transactions, employment law, construction litigation, community association law, debtor/creditor law, and insurance coverage. He has been included in several years of the annual list of Minnesota’s Rising Stars, and has been quoted in the Minneapolis StarTribune, Minnesota Lawyer, Habitat Magazine, and on various websites including Yahoo!Finance.com, Bankrate.com, MSN.com, HOALeader.com, and elsewhere on issues involving construction litigation, community associations and real property issues. He can be reached at mdrewes@tn-law.com or by phone at 952.835.7000.

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