Jeremy Moss is an avid writer and frequent contributor to Quorum and Common Ground magazines. Jeremy Moss is regularly asked to write and contribute on a range of topics related to community association law on local, state and national levels. For information concerning a particular publication to request Mr. Moss contribute to an engagement, please contact Mr. Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 Virginia General Assembly Report: Real Estate Legislation, The Fee Simple: The Journal of the Virginia State Bar Real Property Section, Spring 2017.
2017 Virginia General Assembly: Selected Real Estate Legislation Bill List, The Fee Simple: The Journal of the Virginia State Bar Real Property Section, Spring 2017
2017 Legislative Update for Virginia Community Associations, Currents Newsmagazine (Southeastern Virginia Chapter of Community Associations Institute), Spring 2017.
2017 Virginia Legislative Forecast for Common Interest Communities, Currents Newsmagazine, Winter 2016.
Surviving the Walking Dead – Community Associations as First Responders in Battle against Zombie Properties, Quorum Magazine (Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Community Associations Institute), December 2015.
Branded: How to Build (and Keep) Your Community’s Good Name, Quorum, November 2015.
Playing our Part: The Role of Community Associations in Responding to and Limiting the Spread of Communicable Disease, Quorum, October 2015.
Good Governance is Good for Community, Quorum, May 2015.
Celebrating the Benefits of Community Association Living, Quorum Magazine (Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Community Associations Institute), November 2014.
2014 Virginia Legislative Update: Common Interest Community Legislation, Quorum Magazine (Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Community Associations Institute), July 2014.
2012 Virginia Legislative Update: Tracking Common Interest Community Legislation, Quorum Magazine (Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Community Associations Institute), June 2012.
2011 Virginia Legislative Update: Common Interest Community Legislation, Quorum, January 2012.
Looking Back: Revisiting LEED Certification, Quorum, May 2011.
2011 Virginia General Assembly Report, Oyez (Alexandria Bar Association), April 2011 (with Ashley Mullen, Attorney at Law).
Exiting Gracefully: The Art of the Termination Letter, Quorum, March 2011.
2011 Virginia Legislative Forecast: So Many Bills, So Little Time, Quorum, January 2011.
Age-Restricted Communities Permitted under HOPA Exemptions to Fair Housing Laws, Quorum, April 2010.
Face to Face with Heather Gillespie, Common Interest Community Ombudsman, Quorum, June 2009 (with Janie L. Rhoads).
The Importance of Collegiality – Putting “Community” Back in Community Association, Quorum (Cul-de-Sac), April 2009.
Goodbye “Virginia Rule,” Aloha “Hawaii Approach,” Fancher v. Fagella Modernizes Tree Law in Virginia, Quorum, March 2009.
2009 Legal Forecast, Quorum, January 2009 (with David S. Mercer, Lucia Anna Trigiani, Michael L. Zupan, Philip C. Baxa, and Janie L. Rhoads).
National Capital Region Text Based Emergency Alert and Notification System Connects Governments with Citizens and Community Leaders During Emergencies, Quorum, September 2008.
Going, Going, Green!, Quorum, April 2008.
Comment: Venture (Social) Capitalists: Turning to Philosophy to Reinvigorate Common Interest Communities, 1 J.L. Phil. & Culture 199 – 2007.