Clark Hill Attorney Charles A. Lawler to Present at 34th Annual Conference of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network, May 15-17, 2014
– Clark Hill attorney Charles A. Lawler will speak at the 34th annual conference of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network in Jackson on May 15-17, 2014. The title of this year’s conference is “Michigan Places Matter – Discovering how your community’s cultural resources can make placemaking unique”. Lawler will participate in a panel with Eric Schertzing, Ingham County Treasurer & Land Bank Chairman and Gretchen Cochran, President of Preservation Lansing titled “The Positive Power of Tax Foreclosure: The Ingham County Treasurer’s Office and Preservation Lansing Merge Interests to Get Properties Back on the Tax Roles”.
Lawler is a senior attorney based in Clark Hill’s Lansing, Michigan office. Prior to joining Clark Hill, he was involved in private business as both an owner and manager where he gained personal experience in identifying and resolving legal issues facing business owners. Lawler’s prior business ownership provides his client’s the opportunity to engage an attorney who has real first hand business experience he can bring to their issues. Along with being an attorney and advisor, he is a business problem solver. Lawler is fully experienced in civil and commercial litigation proceedings including bankruptcy, real estate, creditor’s rights, property tax and construction matters.
His business experience includes lease negotiations, human resource issues, marketing, product procurement, bank negotiations, managing litigation, community relations, insurance procurement, and other issues necessary to manage a business.
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