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| Practice Description: |
Stuart A. Fullett is the managing shareholder of Fullett Swanson PC.
Stuart's practice is primarily concentrated in the representation of condominium, townhome and homeowners associations.
A former municipal prosecutor who also handled numerous types of civil and criminal cases before joining the firm, Stuart heads the firm's litigation practice, which includes community association construction cases, developer disputes, fair housing claims and covenant and rule enforcement issues.
Stuart also directly oversees all community association assessment collection matters handled by the firm and counsels community associations regarding governance issues and transactional matters.
Stuart's previous experience working in the building trades affords him valuable insight in approaching construction issues encountered by the firm's clients.
Year of Birth: 1963
Law School: The John Marshall Law School, J.D., 1988
Undergraduate School: Loyola University Chicago, B.A., political science, 1985
Bar/Professional Association Involvement:
Illinois State Bar Association
Northwest Suburban Bar Association
Community Associations Institute (CAI)
Association of Condominium, Townhouse and Homeowners Associations (ACTHA)
ACA (American Collectors Association) International
Village of Lake Zurich Industrial Zoning Working Group
Published Legal Writing:
Stuart frequently authors and is quoted in articles relating to community association law.
Stuart gives lectures at community association seminars and trade shows and before professional property management firms and other community association industry professionals.
Fullett Swanson PC focuses its practice upon the representation of community associations. The firm chooses not to represent developers, contractors, vendors, banks, insurance companies or other community association industry stakeholders which may potentially have interests that are adverse to associations.
The work at Fullett Swanson is tailored to the individual needs of each community association client. While the firm has a wealth of documents, forms, legal opinions, letters and other resources developed and refined over a collective span of many years, each association client and situation is deserving of and receives highly individualized attention. Fullett Swanson takes great satisfaction in its commitment to delivering to each of its association clients a high-caliber, detailed work product which suits that association’s particular needs and objectives.
The firm appreciates the unique dynamics of community associations. Fullett Swanson recognizes that the resolution of association legal issues requires the use of technically sound, yet creative and pragmatic approaches.
Fullett Swanson does not require our community association clients to enter into retainer arrangements with the firm. This approach affords associations the flexibility to utilize our firm’s services and incur legal expenses only to the extent needed or desired.
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