Cass McKenzie

Cass McKenzie

Education: University of Oklahoma, BA
University of San Francisco, JD

Admissions: California, Colorado, Texas

Cass has devoted his legal career to protecting the rights of homeowners and homeowners associations. Cass has represented thousands of homeowners and their associations in mediations, arbitrations and trials.

Cass McKenzie was lead counsel on MR’s landmark Colorado Supreme Court victory in the Yacht Club case, which solidified important legal rights for Colorado homeowners. Cass was also lead counsel representing the Rivermist Homeowners Association for the landslide that occurred at their San Antonio project in 2010; and was lead counsel in the south Texas trial representing the Harbor at South Padre Island Owners Association in 2014.

Cass has also been at the forefront of protecting homeowners’ rights in the public arena. Cass McKenzie was instrumental in drafting the Colorado Homeowner Protection Act; and worked closely with state leaders to get that bill passed into law in 2007. He served for 6 years on the board of directors for the Community Associations Institute (CAI) — an organization serving community associations. Cass also devotes much of his time to public education on the rights of property owners in both Colorado and Texas.

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