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Steven A. Roseman
Managing partner
Roseman Law, APC

Steven Roseman is the Founder and Managing Partner of Roseman Law, APC, a full-service real estate firm specializing in representing homeowner associations as general counsel, collecting appraisals, and SB800 compliance.

For over (26) years, Mr. Roseman has represented homeowners associations and their boards of directors in their day-to-day legal affairs. In addition to representing homeowners associations and property owners in all facets of real estate matters, he also has extensive knowledge of dealing with local (city), county, including the Coastal Commission, and state agencies. , not only on behalf of his clients, but in his official capacity as Commissioner of the City of Calabasas Planning Commission.

He is a seasoned litigator and, since 2015, he has been named “Superlawyer” annually, a rating awarded to outstanding lawyers by their peers for their professional achievements, and less than 5% of lawyers achieve this recognition. Mr. Roseman is actively involved in numerous organizations. He is a member of the California and Nevada State Bars.

Mr. Roseman is also an active member of the two largest community interest development trade groups: the California Association of Community Managers (CACM) and the Community Associations Institute (CAI).

Mr. Roseman is a faculty member of (CACM) and lectures extensively throughout California, teaching CACM’s C-CAM Manager Certification, which includes Large Scale Management Certification and High Rise Management Certification . Mr. Roseman is a member of the board of directors and past president of the CAI – Channel Islands section. In addition, he serves on the Mediation Steering Committee for CAI-Los Angeles.

Mr. Roseman is also actively involved in legislative action at the state level, addressing issues that directly impact developments of common concern. He is involved with CAI’s Legislative Action Committee and as a delegate of CAI’s California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC).