As a lawyer, John knows he is dealing with some of the most impactful issues a client might face. He also knows that legal issues are rarely ever simple. From deciding on a business entity, to selling a business built from the ground up ...
Dan represents businesses and individuals in commercial, real estate, and tort litigation. As an experienced litigator with first chair trial experience, Dan has handled scores of eminent domain cases on major infrastructure ...
Real estate, or as he likes to call it “dirt,” is in Brad’s blood. Growing up, his family owned and operated a brokerage, property management and construction company. Brad also served as president and general counsel of a large ...
Lisa Johnson believes that by using negotiation, analytical, and writing skills many future problems and disputes can be avoided. Her practice is primarily focused on real estate, construction, and related businesses. She ...
Beth knew in law school she wanted to be a real estate lawyer when an introductory course sparked her interest. She applies the same concepts she learned in that course to her practice today. Beth started practicing law more than 13 ...
Keith practices in the areas of commercial lending, commercial real estate, and commercial litigation. He represents businesses, financial institutions, and property owners in a wide array of complex legal matters.
Joe is a fourth generation lawyer. His family has a long tradition of practicing law ranging from service in the district attorney's office and in the JAG Corps, to representing tax, corporate, and real estate clients at all levels in ...
Welcome to In the Dirt: Real Estate Legal Update where attorneys from Amundsen Davis blog about all things related to real estate, zoning, real estate management and finance.
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