January 11, 2023

Art Gallery of Burlington
1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, ON L7S 1A9
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm ET
(Parking is available on the north side of the AGB and is accessible from Elgin Street.)

A lot happens within a short period time and subject to very strict requirements in the first 2 years after a condominium corporation is created – the turnover meeting, the review of contracts entered into by the developer on behalf of the condominium corporation, CAO director training, the completion of performance audits and reserve fund studies – just to name a few. This seminar is essential for anyone involved with a newly created condominium corporation, including directors elected by owners at the turnover meeting that work together with a property manager to fulfill the Corporation’s objects and duties pursuant to the Condominium Act, 1998 and the condominium corporation’s governing documents. Join us to learn about the condominium corporation’s rights and obligations, and also learn some practical tips and best practices.


Karen King, B.Eng, B.Sc., MBA, King Condo Management

speakerKaren King (B.Eng, B.Sc., MBA) has over 20 years of experience in the field, including managing multimillion dollar projects, developing condominium management legislation with a provincial regulatory body, and enjoying the progress of her Boards. Her company, King Condo Management Inc., sets itself apart through the care and expertise shown by its managers, who have the knowledge, tools, and determination to make their clients' lives better. 


Jason Truman, Founder & President Edison Engineers Inc.

speakerJason Truman is the founder and President of Edison Engineers Inc. He is a Professional Engineer with over 20 years of engineering and construction experience. Jason has worked extensively with condominium clients since 1998 and enjoys educating, engaging, and empowering Boards and Property Managers. He frequently speaks on Reserve Fund Studies and Building Restoration Projects, providing practical and pragmatic advice on managing large capital repair projects and financial planning.


Sally-Anne Dooman, RCM, Wilson Blanchard Management


Sally has been managing condominium properties for 17 years, with experience gained in the management of high and low rise buildings, townhouse, commercial and common element condominiums. Working with developers and Boards of Directors, Sally has experience managing in a wide variety of condominium environments and situations. In her current role as Director of Condominium Management, Sally also has responsibility for training and supporting other managers and enjoys the opportunity to meet with Boards and unit owners when chairing various Owners’ meetings. Sally is an active member of the CCI Golden Horseshoe Chapter, serving as a member of the Board of Directors as well as on various committees and volunteering to speak at conferences and seminars.


Erik Savas, Simpson Wigle LAW LLP


Erik, a Partner with SIMPSONWIGLE LAW in the Burlington office, has engaged in the practice of litigation since 2002. Erik enjoys a wide-ranging condominium and commercial litigation practice. 

Erik is a seasoned and respected condominium litigator relating to issues under the Ontario Condominium Act. Erik often acts in compliance cases involving mediations, arbitrations and applications before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice as well as: enforcement of condominium liens, shared facilities disagreements and construction deficiency cases. Erik regularly acts for condominium corporations, board of directors, developers, property managers and owners in the Golden Horseshoe area and has substantial experience in mediation and arbitration of condominium-related disputes.

Erik routinely acts for corporate clients including entrepreneurs, large and small businesses as well as institutional lenders and trustees in bankruptcy.


Maria Durdan, BA (Hons), LL.B., Partner, SimpsonWigle


Maria specializes in condominium law, development and administration. Maria supports over 650 of the firm’s residential and commercial condominium clients throughout Ontario. Maria has also obtained her Associate of Canadian Condominium Institute (ACCI) designation in law, which recognizes that she has achieved a high level of knowledge and skill of condominium law. Maria is the President of the Canadian Condominium Institute – Golden Horseshoe Chapter and the Chair of the Education Committee and a member of the Hamilton Law Association Real Estate Subcommittee. Maria’s practice includes advising boards of directors, property managers and developers on all areas of condominium law.




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