25 Beal Pkwy NW, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548, USA
John R. Dowd, Jr. is a lifelong resident of Okaloosa County and has been practicing in the area since 1996. Attorney Dowd comes from a family dedicated to legal matters, as his father, John, Sr., was the Okaloosa County attorney for more than 40 years and his grandfather, Earnest Wimberly, was one of the first attorneys in South Okaloosa County and represented several prominent banks and real estate developers in Northwest Florida. John’s office was in Destin for 10 years but moved to Fort Walton Beach in 2010 to be closer to the new Okaloosa County Courthouse and County governmental offices. His comprehensive knowledge of real estate and business enables him to be a valuable asset to you in these areas. Areas of Practice: Real Estate Law, Business Law, Estate Planning, Asset Protection, Construction Law, Probate & Estate Administration, Real Estate Law. Bar Admissions: Florida, 1996.
P.O. Box 1229, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
910 W. Van Buren St., Suite 503, Chicago, IL 60607
At the core of Robert Dreger’s legal practice is the intense belief that he is the bodyguard of his client’s business and that DregerLaw is the first and last line of defense in keeping his client’s business litigation-free and out of harm’s way. This vigilant commitment, coupled with over three decades of aggressive representation of clients in federal and state courts and arbitration and mediation proceedings, allows Mr. Dreger to effectively negotiate and structure complex multi-party transactions and settlements that both protect and preserve the rights and the financial interests of his clients. Relying on his strong commercial background, Mr. Dreger focuses his practice primarily in the areas of transactional and construction law and dispute resolution. His clients range from professional service corporations to closely-held businesses in a wide variety of industries. Mr. Dreger has represented construction industry professionals, including: architects, engineers, developers and contractors in all aspects of residential, commercial and industrial projects.
900 Castleton Rd, STE 200, Castle Rock, CO 80109
Donald “Corky” Eby is an attorney and partner at Robinson and Henry, P.C., in Castle Rock where he leads the real estate practice group. As a real estate attorney, he solves problems relating to all facets of real estate, including commercial and residential acquisition, financing, development, leases, foreclosure, landlord-tenant, eviction, contract issues, HOA disputes, broker representation, zoning, and other land use issues. Additionally, he is a licensed Colorado Real Estate Broker. Prior to joining Robinson and Henry, he served in the U.S. Navy and was assigned to various aviation squadrons and aircraft carriers over the course of his naval career. He also owns and operates a real estate company where he has personally bought and sold dozens of homes through both traditional and nontraditional means. As a business owner and an attorney, Mr. Eby has personally dealt with hundreds of buyers, sellers, and tenant issues such as breach of contract, earnest money disputes, etc.
5616 Kingston Pike, STE 301, Knoxville, TN 37919
Elmore began his legal career with McCampbell & Young, P.C., Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1989, as a law clerk while attending the University of Tennessee College of Law. Upon graduation, he was hired as an associate attorney and became a shareholder of the firm in 1997. Throughout his legal career, Elmore has engaged in a general civil practice with an emphasis on banking, business and commercial real estate and finance transactions. During his twenty-six (26) years of practice, Elmore has represented numerous local and regional banks in documenting and structuring large commercial loans, participations and other matters relating to bank operational affairs. As part of his commercial real estate practice, Elmore has represented developers of shopping centers, multi-family properties, office buildings, nursing homes, independent living centers, residential subdivisions, condominiums, and national fast food franchisees. Elmore?s general business law practice includes ongoing representation of family-owned and regional entities relating to their daily operations and sales, mergers and acquisitions. As an ancillary part of his practice, he provides title, escrow and closing services as an agent for North American Title Insurance Company. In addition to being an attorney, Elmore was one of six (6) organizers of American Trust Bank of East Tennessee (?ATB?), a state-chartered bank which opened in February of 2004. Elmore has been honored as a Top Attorney in Knoxville in banking law, contract law, real estate finance and development by City View Magazine.