Gary M. Daddario

Practice Areas:

  • Condominium Law

Professional Experience

Gary has been practicing exclusively in the field of community association law since 2003. In 2014, he became a partner with the firm. While working in conjunction with Winer & Bennett’s team of attorneys in Nashua, New Hampshire, Attorney Daddario operates his practice from the firm’s additional location in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts. Gary works closely with community association clients in all areas of community association law. He also manages a busy condominium lien enforcement team. Gary believes that community associations should have a meaningful relationship with their legal counsel. In such a relationship, associations may seek trusted advice for the prevention of legal problems and not just assistance with the expensive exercise of resolving legal disputes. Gary is an active member in the Community Associations Institute (“CAI”). In 2011, Attorney Daddario earned the honor of membership in the prestigious CAI National College of Community Association Lawyers (“CCAL”). He has also served in the following positions of distinction: multiple terms as Co-Chair of the CAI New England Attorneys Committee from 2010-2012; Secretary of the Board of Directors of the CAI New Hampshire Chapter in 2012; President of the Board of Directors of CAI New Hampshire in 2013 when the chapter joined the New England chapter; CAI National’s Amicus Brief Committee from 2010-2012 and again in 2014; and an initial member of CAI National’s CCAL Education Committee. Attorney Daddario was also elected to begin serving as a member of the Board of Directors of CAI New England in 2015. Gary teaches condominium law seminars and maintains speaking engagements for clients, professional property managers and for CAI New England as well as Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education. He also writes extensively on community association issues with articles appearing in magazines such as Condo Media, Condo Management, New England Condominium and the nationally-distributed Common Ground.

Important Appeals

Residences at Cape Ann Heights Condominium Association v. Halupowski et al, 83 Mass. App. Ct. 332 (2013). After briefing and oral argument before a single justice, the case was referred to a three-justice panel which produced a reported decision in favor of Mr. Daddario’s client. This appellate decision clarified that a condominium lien enforcement case seeking foreclosure of the subject unit enjoys Superior Court jurisdiction notwithstanding the Superior Court’s “money damages” threshold of $25,000.00.

Residences at Cape Ann Heights Condominium Association v. Halupowski et al, 83 Mass. App. Ct. 332 (2013). After briefing and oral argument before a single justice, the case was referred to a three-justice panel which produced a reported decision in favor of Mr. Daddario’s client. This appellate decision clarified that a condominium lien enforcement case seeking foreclosure of the subject unit enjoys Superior Court jurisdiction notwithstanding the Superior Court’s “money damages” threshold of $25,000.00.

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire

Education

  • J.D., Boston University School of Law, concentration in Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, cum laude (1998)
  • B.S., Boston University School of Management, concentration in Organizational Behavior, cum laude (1995)

Professional/Civic Activities

  • CAI New England Chapter
  • CAI New England Attorneys Committee
  • National College of Community Association Lawyers (“CCAL”)
  • CCAL Education Committee
  • Contributing author of Condo Media magazine
  • CAI National Amicus Brief Committee
  • New Hampshire Legislative Action Committee

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