"Keeping Clubs Out Of Court"
About the Authors:
Michelle F. Tanzer, Esq. - Co-Author
Michelle is Chair of Global Club & Branded Residentces at the Law Firm of Nelson Mullins Broad and Cassel in their Boca Raton office. Recognized for her extensive experience in real estate development and Club and community association law, she advises her developer, hotel operator, Club and community association clients with projects in the U.S.. as well as the Caribbean, The Bahamas, Latin America and Asia. Her primary focus is negotiating, structuring and amending the governance documents, consumer agreements and licensing, marketing and management agreements necessary for residential and resort communities, mixed-use projects, residence Club and timeshare developments, and golf, marina, spa, fitness, tennis, and dining clubs. These documents include master and condominium declarations, management, marketing and licensing agreements, rental program documents, Club membership plans, reciprocal easement agreements and the numerous ancillary contracts.
Michelle uses her global hospitality industry experience to guide her clients through complex substantive issues in the current legal and economic environment, as well as operational, business and financial issues to be addressed through the life of the project. When working on development projects overseas, she achieves integration of western business and legal objectives within foreign jurisdictional frameworks by implementing innovative and creative solutions.
As a Florida Supreme Court qualified arbitrator, a certified circuit civil mediator and one of four professionals selected by the American Arbitration Association for the National Golf Industry Panel, Michelle serves as arbitrator or mediator to resolve a wide range of disputes. When assisting clients, she utilized her dispute resolution experience to provide counsel with a view toward dispute avoidance. Michelle has written and lectured extensively on the issues concerning residential, resort and golf projects and authored the book The Club Litigation Book - Keeping Clubs out of Court.
Michelle is committed to community service and was recognized by the Florida Bar for establishing "Assisting Students with Disabilities," a pro bono program serving disabled students throughout the state of Florida. She served on the board of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce and, as chair of the International Trade Committee, is credited with creating iConnect, a forum designed to expand international business opportunities in south Florida. Michelle sits on the board of the National Club Association, sat on the board of the Golf Course Builders Association of America and served as a founding member of the National Golf Industry Advisory Committee of the American Arbitration Association.
Club Litigation Book Contents:
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- Hospitality Industry Articles
- Club Litigation Issues
- Breach of Contract
- Deed Restrictions
- Discrimination; Employment
- Discrimination; Member
- First Amendment Protection
- Liquor Licenses
- Mandatory Membership
- Quiet Title
- Required Golf Cart Use
- Sale of Club
- Club Court Cases By Issue
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