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Alessandra Stivelman

Partner and Specialist in Planned Development
Eisinger Law

An AV Preeminent® rated attorney, Stivelman is a partner at Eisinger Law, a full-service law firm based in Hollywood, Florida.

Her primary areas of practice are: real estate law, condominium and community association law, commercial litigation, construction litigation, and corporate/partnership law.

Stivelman is Board Certified in Condominium and Planned Development Law by The Florida Bar. She also teaches a DBPR-approved Condominium and Homeowners Association Board Certification Course, and regularly trains and certifies clients of the law firm and board members throughout the state. In addition, she is certified to teach DBPR-approved continuing education classes for community association property managers and CAM licensees and frequently participates in panel speaking events on various community association and real estate topics. Stivelman also teaches Condominium Law at NSU Shepard Broad College of Law as an adjunct Professor.

Stivelman is a native from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and is fluent in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Upon graduating cum laude from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology, she earned her juris doctorate and graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law.

Alessandra Stivelman’s Session(s):


11:55 a.m.–12:55 p.m. Pacific — Thursday, August 11, 2022

Panel: Navigating EV Charging for MUDs

Join us for an in-depth session that will dive into the nuances of charging for MUDs, from financing to ownership, future demand to legal considerations, building codes and more.

Whether you are a resident, community manager, real estate developer or property owner - this is a must-attend session to understand the capabilities of your site and how you can leverage EV charging to benefit you, your residents, and your property.

Here are some of the few topics that will be covered:

    • Personal vs. shared charging stations 
    • Owner rights 
    • Key systems 
    • Finances 
    • Measuring future demand 
    • Charging as a real estate asset
    • Legal considerations 

Check out our early bird ticket prices!