Louis Caplan is Vice President of Sachs Sax Caplan and Chairman of the Community Associations Practice Group. Mr. Caplan practices in the area of Community Associations Law, representing condominium and homeowners associations. He brings to his clients extensive experience in his chosen field through his specialization in the areas of arbitration of matters before the Florida Division of Land Sales and Condominiums, covenant enforcement, association document and contract drafting and revision. Mr. Caplan is a frequent lecturer and columnist on community association matters, contributing to both the Palm Beach County Bar Association and the Community Associations Institute. He has also lectured on bulk rate cable television and the Telecommunications Act relating to possible restrictions on satellite dishes/antennae by both condominium and homeowner associations.
Areas of Practice
Community Associations Law & all related country club matters.
Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia J.D.
Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY, USA, 1982 B.A. Major: TV & Radio Communications
Ibis Property Owners Association, Inc.
Loggers Run, Inc.
Mirasol Master Maintenance Association, Inc.
Mission Bay Community Association Inc.
Woodfield Country Club
Community Associations Law CLE, P.B. County, 1990
Honors and Awards
Who’s Who, 1990
President, Student Bar Association, Emory University School of Law
Professional Associations and Memberships
Member Palm Beach County Bar Association, 1990 – Present
Member Past Employment Positions
St. John, Dicker & Caplan, Partner, 1990 – 2000