Lawyers at NowackHoward are among the most experienced attorneys in the United States focusing on this specialized area of the law. The firm's founding partners, George Nowack and Julie Howard, alone have more than 58 years of experience between them and understand the value to clients of knowing about and participating in the development of law and legislation, locally and nationally. The lawyers at NowackHoward have also represented clients in many of Georgia's seminal community association appellate cases.
When state laws have needed to be written (or rewritten) to better protect community associations, NowackHoward lawyers have been there. The firm's lawyers have written almost every law in Georgia that pertains to condominium and homeowners associations and lobbied to get them passed. Nowack and Howard are also on the forefront of fighting against legislation detrimental to associations' interests.
NowackHoward is deeply committed to volunteer leadership. The firm's lawyers regularly write and teach on a wide variety of community association topics. The firm's lawyers are actively involved with the Community Associations Institute – a national organization designed to further responsible community association governance and management. Nowack and Howard are both past presidents of CAI's Georgia Chapter and CAI National, the only two law partners in the country to have both served as CAI National Presidents. Nowack and Howard, as well as attorney Jennifer Loheac, are also fellows of the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers.
All Members and Associates are members of the State Bar of Georgia.
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