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2019 Fall Condo Board of Directors Seminar



Wednesday, October 9, 2019 5:30 - 6:00pm - Mingling and Light Dinner 6:00 - 8:00pm - Seminar 


Fratello’s Italian Grille, 155 Dow Street Manchester, NH 03101

To RSVP, please contact Linda Cyr at or 603.622.7000. 

At Evergreen Management Group, we believe knowledge is power. To demonstrate our longstanding commitment to board education, we are offering a free seminar for board members.

Our upcoming session will equip you with the resources, skills, and training you need to meet the complex range of demands facing your community.

The most qualified and respected industry professionals will share their knowledge and best practices, preparing you to make informed decisions on behalf of your homeowners and help your community fulfill its potential.

Learn essential board member skills, ask questions, and engage with the professionals who are here to guide you every step of the way. RSVP now!

Speaker Bios


Michael attended Rutgers University, Nova Southeastern University and Suffolk University Law School. He has been admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, in both State and Federal Courts, for over 30 years. He began his career as an attorney for Travelers Insurance Company. He left Travelers to enter private practice and has been a partner in Feniger & Uliasz since 1998. Today condominium law makes up a significant part of his practice. He is a member of the CAI and Chairman of the newly formed Condominium Law Section of the NH Bar Association. He has litigated numerous cases on behalf of condominium associations from trial through appeal. In addition to representing condominium associations he has participated in drafting legislation and testified before various legislative committees regarding issues that affect condominiums.


Greg attended College of the Holy Cross and Franklin Pierce Law Center. He has been admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, in both State and Federal Courts, for over 30 years. He is also admitted to practice before the 1st Circuit Court of Appeal and the United States Supreme Court. He has been a partner in Feniger & Uliasz since 1998. He represents many condominium associations and Boards of Directors on complex association issues including financing, condominium severance, easements, encroachment and right of way issues, environmental violations, restructuring of condominiums, complex bankruptcy matters and declarant/development/association disputes. In his free time, Greg devotes his attention to the community. He is on the Board of Trustees at the Boys and Girls Club of Manchester, New Hampshire, has spent a number of years coaching girls’ basketball at all levels through high school, volunteering at Bedford High School, and for the past sixteen years volunteers as one of the chaperones for a group of 300 children’s yearly trip to Cardigan Mountain. He has also served on the Board of Directors for a number of condominium associations.


Matt attended Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts for his undergraduate studies, and Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. Matt joined Feniger & Uliasz in 2014 with over 10 years of experience. He has focused his practice in the areas of condominium law, real estate, title litigation, foreclosure, landlord/tenant matters and collections. He is licensed to practice in State and Federal Courts within New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and has handled matters within all of those jurisdictions on behalf of Condominium Associations, Banks and other Creditors.  Matt has served on his local Zoning Board of Appeals, and is the current Chairman of his town’s Recreation Commission.  Matt also serves the public as a member and an officer in his local Lion’s Club.


Paul has his MBA from Waynesburg University and has achieved the CMCA and AMS designations from Community Association Institute. Paul has been involved in condominium management since 1986. Also serving as CAI NH Board President and on the NH LAC. Speaking at numerous industry seminars, been published over a dozen times in industry publications, has served on a condo board and in over 30 years, has participated in over 1,000 association meetings in the capacity of a unit owner, board member and management. This experience gives Paul a very realistic grasp of community management and the ingredients to make a community successful.