Seeking Attorney With Cell Tower Leasing Experience

Seeking an attorney with cell tower lease experience. I am the president of a local HOA which has been approached by a cell tower development company which says that it wants to locate a cell tower on HOA property.

The HOA is very small, with limited financial resources which will impact its ability to pay extensive attorneys fees.

If qualified and interested, contact Harold E. Kaplan, Esq. at


Harold E. Kaplan Receives Martinedale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating

Kaplan Dispute Resolution in Fairview, North Carolina announces that Harold E. Kaplan, M.H.A., J.D., a Board Certified Specialist in Health Law again received an AV Preeminent Peer Rating by Martindale – Hubbell.  He was also recently granted Pro Bono out of state lawyer status by the North Carolina state Bar enabling him to practice pro bono for Pisgah Legal Services in Asheville, N.C.  and he became qualified by the Better Business Bureau’s  national office to serve as an arbitrator for the BBB’s Autoline cases.

Kaplan is a national arbitrator of healthcare and business disputes for the American Arbitration Association’s health law and mergers and acquisitions panels as well as for the American Health Lawyers Association Dispute Resolution Service.

Harold E. Kaplan Receives Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating

Harold E. Kaplan and Kaplan Dispute Resolution of Fairview are pleased to announce that Harold again received an AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, its highest possible qualification.  He first received that rating in 2002.

Harold is admitted in New York and Florida and is a Board Certified Health Law Attorney and former chair of the Florida Bar’s Health Law Section and its Board Certification Committee. He is a full time arbitrator and is credentialed by the American Arbitration Association for its health care and mergers and acquisitions panels. He is also an arbitrator for the American Health Lawyers Association Dispute Resolution Service. He has been arbitrating disputes throughout the United States since 1999.

More information about Harold’s arbitration practice is at