Lance Clouse concentrates his legal practice on community association law, providing advice and counsel to board members and professional managers of multi-family housing communities. In addition, Mr. Clouse has broad experience in other areas of law relating to the Community Association practice including real estate law, drafting and negotiating contracts, foreclosure actions, residential and commercial landlord/tenant issue, cable television issues, hurricane recovery issues, insurance issues and more.
Mr. Clouse has conducted many presentations throughout the Treasure Coast regarding board certification, hurricane preparedness, legislation, as well as many other topics of interest to community association boards of directors, managers and owners. He is the President and a founding member of M.B.A. Productions, Corp., which provides educational seminars for board members and property managers held monthly in Tradition Town Hall, and has been a frequent speaker at their meetings.
Activities and Memberships:
Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section, Florida Bar
“Virtual Border Customs: Prevention of International Online Music Piracy within the Ever-Evolving Technological Landscape,” Valparaiso University Law Review, 2003