155 W. Main St., Suite 200, Columbus, OH 43215
Mr. Dodderer has been involved in difficult domestic/family law cases involving divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support. He has spoken at several events with Joseph & Joseph related to domestic relations and real estate issues, including events held by Columbus Divorce Solutions. For business clients, Mr. Dodderer has guided small and large businesses including start-up, real estate transactions, litigation, and tax lien purchase. Mr. Dodderer has substantial experience in complicated eviction case matters, as well as crafting agreements to resolve typical landlord-tenant issues.
199 Main Street, Fifth Floor, White Plains, NY 10601
John has worked with the law firm of Robinowitz Cohlan Dubow and Doherty LLP since 1994 becoming a partner in 2003. He has twenty-six years of extensive experience closing real estate loans for local and national lending institutions. He is well versed in handling commercial and residential closing issues, title issues, underwriting requirements and contractual matters for both commercial and residential real estate transactions. With the firm, he has also gained extensive experience in handling REO files from foreclosure through closing and effectively supervised the bankruptcy department where he was extensively involved in preparing and litigating bankruptcy motions. In addition, he is well versed in commercial and residential lease issues and foreclosure matters. His undergraduate degree was in Computer Science and he has worked extensively with operating systems, advanced data processing, networking and hardware design.
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.