Michael Toback joined the firm as an associate in 2015. He concentrates his practice in the areas of condominium and community association law. Mr. Toback assists a broad range of community association clients with matters including the drafting and negotiation of contracts, providing opinion letters, drafting, interpreting and amending governing documents, preparing for and attending Board and owner meetings, and assisting in the recovery of delinquent assessments. Additionally, he assists the firm’s construction litigation practice group in handling construction defect cases. Since joining the firm, Mr. Toback has handled a broad range of cases both inside and outside the courtroom. Moreover, prior to joining the firm, Mr. Toback gathered additional experience handling litigious matters in courtrooms throughout the entire state.
During law school, Mr. Toback completed a judicial internship in the Chambers of the Honorable Judge David A. Haimes of the 17th Judicial Circuit. He is currently a proud member of the Craig S. Barnard chapter of the American Inns of Court, which is an association of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals from all levels and backgrounds who share a passion for professional excellence.
- “Case to Watch: HUD Complaint Against Condo Association Ban on Religious Meetings”
- ”Ruling Quashes Lingering Questions on Partial Payments to Condo Associations ”
- "Rulings Clarify Application of Safe Harbor Caps on Association Dues"
- ”Associ ation Documents Override State Law in Previous Owner’s Assessments”
J.D., Nova Southeastern University
B.S., Communications, Indiana University