Tressler attorney Katerina Tsoukalas-Heitkemper will be presenting with Sheila Malchiodi of Associa Chicagoland at the Illinois Chapter Community Associations Institute’s (CAI-IL) April 2024 Dedicated Community Association Leader (DCAL) Board Member Education program on Tuesday, April 30, 2024, in Schaumburg, IL. Their course is titled “Fair Practices in Your Community.” We look forward to a great program! 


April 30, 2024
9:00am-1:00pm CST

Click here to register.

Community Associations Institute–Illinois
1821 Walden Office Square., Suite 100
Schaumburg, IL  60173

About the Course

In this completely redesigned course, attendees will learn how to be fair and just in their actions affecting their community. Our presenters will cover ethics, fiduciary duty, conflicts of interest, codes of conduct, discrimination, the forming of fair rules & regulations, transparency, democracy and so much more!!

This course is part of the Dedicated Community Association Leader (DCAL) program. This can be taken as part of the collection or as an individual course.

About the DCAL Program

Community Associations Institute of Illinois is dedicated to the education of Community Association Leaders (Board Members & Homeowners). To foster that education and to help these leaders gain recognition in their communities, CAI has developed the DCAL (Dedicated Community Association Leader) Program. This program offers education, in a classroom setting and online, to ensure current and future association leaders have the tools necessary to run their associations.

About Katerina Tsoukalas-Heitkemper

Katerina Tsoukalas-Heitkemper Tressler LLP
Katerina Tsoukalas-Heitkemper
Partner at Tressler LLP

Kathy is a partner and Co-Chair of the HOA/Condominium & Common Interest Community Association Law practice. Her practice includes extensive experience and deep knowledge of all areas of civil litigation, collections, bankruptcy and foreclosures, including a deep knowledge of those laws pertaining to condominiums and common interest community associations. She has expertise in all aspects of residential and commercial real estate transactions (eviction actions; sales and purchases and litigation); drafting/revising/translating corporate documents; extensive knowledge of both creditor and bankruptcy proceedings; and legal representation of not-for-profit and for-profit corporations.  

About CAI-Illinois

CAI-IL serves the educational, business and networking needs of the community association industry of Illinois and surrounding areas. Members include professional managers and community association volunteer leaders from condominium, cooperative, townhome and homeowners associations as well as those who provide products and services to associations. Click here to learn more.