Daniel E. Angius
Partner, Angius & Terry LLP
Mr. Angius has specialized in homeowners association law since 1977. His experience over the years in dealing with the legal problems that confront homeowners associations has helped position Angius & Terry LLP as one of the premier firms representing homeowners associations in the western United States. A dynamic and animated speaker, he is frequently asked to lecture with respect to legal issues which relate to common interest developments. He has, likewise, written numerous articles on a wide range of topics pertaining to common interest developments.
Among his many professional accomplishments, Mr. Angius was the lead attorney in the landmark Willow Park Marina Homeowners Association suit which resulted in the complete demolition and reconstruction of a common interest development. He was also the lead attorney in a homeowners association construction defect suit which resulted in a recovery approaching $19,000,000 for only 155 condominium units.
Mr. Angius graduated from Columbia University in 1974 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and received his law degree in 1977 from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. He is a member of the California State Bar Association, Nevada State Bar Association (October 12, 1999), Colorado State Bar Association, Bar Association of San Francisco, Clark County Bar Association and the litigation and construction sections of the American Bar Association. He is also a member of the Community Association Institute, Executive Council of Home Owners, California Association of Community Managers and the Council of Condominium Homeowners Associations.
Mr. Angius has been awarded an A-V rating by
the Martindale-Hubble Legal Directory
- the highest possible rating that it awards
to attorneys in the United States.