Read all about it! McKeddie Cooley makes headlines.
May 17, 2011
McKeddie Cooley frequently represents homeowners victimized by HOAs. One especially disturbing story was recently covered by local Arizona news media. A Valley woman told CBS 5 News that her homeowner's association is abusing its power and trying to kick her out of her home.
October 8, 2008
Ms. McKeddie represented a group of over 50 owners challenging a majority ownership group's conduct that occurred while they controlled the community's HOA. Ultimately, Ms. McKeddie succeeded in removing the majority owners from control, when the Court appointed a Receiver to operate the HOA. Multiple media outlets have covered the case. Below are links to the articles where Ms. McKeddie was interviewed about this case, as well as a radio interview she participated in.
Ms. McKeddie has been selected for publication in the Phoenix Law Review Spring 2011 Edition. Her article, "A Case for Reasonableness," discusses recent Arizona Court of Appeals decisions relating to HOA law.
Mr. Cooley has been selected for publication in the Phoenix Law Review Spring 2011 Edition. His article, "Arizona's Planned Community Act: A Good Start, But Far From the Finish Line," examines Arizona's statutory scheme applicable to HOAs at length.