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Nancy Polomis elected to serve a three-year term on The Board Of Directors for CAI-MN Chapter


Hellmuth & Johnson, PLLC is pleased to announce that attorney Nancy Polomis has been elected to serve a three-year term on the Board of Directors for CAI-MN.

Nancy is a partner with the firm and chair of the Real Estate Development Practice. Her clients include builders, developers, banks, condominium and townhouse associations, and individuals and entities involved in real estate transactions. Her practice is focused on real estate development, community association law, residential real estate transactions, and lender-based collections. Nancy joined Hellmuth & Johnson in 1999. She obtained her J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law, and she completed her undergraduate studies at the College of Saint Benedict with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Business Administration. Nancy lives in Edina, MN.

Hellmuth & Johnson, PLLC offers a range of legal services to meet both corporate and individual needs. Named among Minnesota's 30 largest law firms, Hellmuth & Johnson holds the highest possible Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell the AV® Peer Review Rated designation. For more information, visit or call (952) 941-4005.

The Community Association Institute (CAI) is the oldest, largest and most established organization in the community association industry. The organization was created specifically to meet the needs of all community association stakeholders. Their mission is to provide the knowledge, education, networking, and legislative leadership needed to run competent and prosperous community associations.