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Veronica Colvard
Charter Member
Real Estate Law

77 Central Ave, undefined, undefined undefined


Ms. Veronica H. Colvard is a native of Asheville, North Carolina. She has been working in the legal field since 2004 when she joined Goosmann Rose Colvard & Cramer. Ms. Colvard loves Asheville and watching her hometown evolve, so it is natural that she has focused her practice on real estate. She is proud to complete real estate projects in this beautiful WNC region, which range from residential real estate closings to complex commercial transactions. Ms. Colvard attended Furman University in Greenville, SC where she received her bachelor’s degree. She then attended law school at Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law in Macon, GA where she earned her JD. Ms. Colvard is active in a number of charities. She is on the Board of Directors for the Real Estate Lawyers Association of North Carolina, to which she also holds membership. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the 40th Judicial Bar, the North Carolina State Bar, and the North Carolina Bar Association

Catherine Conner
Charter Member
Real Estate Law

2929 N 44th St, Phoenix, AZ 85018, USA


Catherine has practiced law in Arizona for more than 30 years, earning her the respect and referrals of the people in the community she serves. Representing clients in complex real estate and business matters, she has extensive experience with all aspects of private and commercial enterprises, from contract negotiation to litigation. Catherine is particularly skilled at providing positive outcomes in high-conflict cases, while always striving to keep her clients' costs down through effective dispute resolution. She believes in empowering clients to take charge of their legal matters by providing them with the benefit of her knowledge in order to make sound and successful decisions. She is often sought out by peers and other professionals for her sharp financial and legal analysis in areas of business contracts, financing and real estate transactions. Practice Highlights: Conduct trials, evidentiary hearings, motions practice, and discovery in federal, state and bankruptcy courts involving business, contract, real estate and banking (deficiency, guaranty, mortgage enforcement), Litigate claims of misrepresentation in real estate sales, Manage real estate portfolios of commercial and industrial properties, Resolve title claims, including easement, access, deposit claims and encroachments, Negotiate business purchases and sale transactions including financing, securitization and due diligence, Manage real estate acquisitions, sales, financing and leases of commercial and industrial properties including due diligence, title and appraisal reviews, Handle multi-property landlord/tenant matters including improvements, construction defects, payment applications, lien waivers, estoppels, and accounting audits. Education: Catherine Conner received her B.S. from Northern Arizona University and earned her MBA and law degrees from Arizona State University.

James Czapiga
Distinguished Lawyer
Real Estate Law

101 Corporate Pl, Rocky Hill, CT 06067, USA


Jim received his B.S. in Finance, cum laude, from the University of Connecticut. While attending law school, he worked for a high-volume residential law firm in East Hartford, CT where he was a title searcher for three years. He graduated from Western New England College School of Law and started work for a national title insurance underwriter in 1995. In October 2015 he was named President and Chief Executive Officer of CATIC. A 20-year veteran of the title industry, Jim has held many positions and has experience in claims administration, underwriting, sales, and operations management. A Past President of the Connecticut Title Association, he is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association's Real Property Section, the New England Land Title Association, the American Land Title Association, and the Real Estate Finance Association of Connecticut.

Mark Daniel
Charter Member
Real Estate Law

17W733 BUTTERFIELD RD, STE F, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181


Since 1994, Mark has provided local, regional and national clients effective and informed representation in the areas of real estate, municipal law, land use, licensing and litigation in these areas. A portion of his practice relates to business litigation, chancery and special remedies as well as trademark, copyright and false advertising. He has experience in local, state and federal administrative and judicial venues throughout northern Illinois, south to Arcola and Douglas County and west to Nauvoo. Daniel Law Office, P.C. operates as an alternative to large-firm representation and in a supplemental role in conjunction with large firms who require local representation. Please take a look at the firm's website for more information.

Douglas Davert
Charter Member
Real Estate Law

625 The City S Dr, Orange, CA 92868


Mr. Davert is a native of Orange County. Admitted to the California Bar in 1992, he is very active in the community and served the courts for 12 years as a Judge Pro Tem. Mr. Davert serves as an elected member and President of the East Orange County Water District and has served as an elected member of the Tustin City Council having twice served as Mayor in 2006 and 2009. He also served on several county and regional boards, serves on various committees, and is committed to serving the interests of children in the community. He has served as Chairman of the Orange County Sanitation District as Chairman of the Orange County Fire Authority. He is currently Chairman of the Orange County Fire Authority Foundation. Additionally, he has served on the boards of directors of non-profit corporations that support public education, promote arts education in the community, and provide camping facilities to various community groups. He is named on the “Southern California’s Top Rated Lawyers” in 2012-2015. Mr. Davert\'s primary practice is in the areas of business transactions, business formation, real estate, and other transactional matters. Typical clients are small to large-sized businesses, corporations and non-profit entities ($500,000 to $175,000,000 annual revenue) that have an ongoing need for a broad range of legal services. These issues typically involve everything from acquisitions of competing or complementary businesses, matters related to employment law, corporate structure and governance, real estate matters of varying complexities, and contracts to initiating and defending litigation in areas ranging from breach of contract and employment to environmental issues.