Clark Hill Attorney John Norling Named AZRE Top Person to Know in Commercial Real Estate for 2010-2011
– Clark Hill Attorney John Norling has been named to the AZRE (Arizona Commercial Real Estate Magazine) Annual Top People to Know in Commercial Real Estate list for 2010-2011. Norling, the Managing Member in Clark Hill’s Phoenix office, is featured in the legal category of the Top People to Know issue, which profiles some of the most influential and successful professionals in the commercial real estate industry, from developers and investors, contractors, architects and engineers to brokers, city planners and economic developers.
John C. Norling
is a member of Clark Hill’s Corporate Practice Group. His practice includes commercial transactions, real estate, business organizations, business law and automobile dealership law.
Norling also practices in the areas of company formation and governance, business and real estate acquisition and divestures and commercial lending from both the lender and borrower perspectives. He has developed a unique expertise in assisting clients in obtaining administrative and governmental licenses and permits, as well as in the sale and acquisition of automobile dealerships.
Norling is an AV-rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell, and also serves as General Counsel for the Arizona Automobile Dealers’ Association, the Valley Chevrolet Dealers Advertising Association and the Tucson Chevy Dealers Local Marketing Association.
Norling is a member of the National Association of Dealer Counsel, as well as the Association for Attorneys and Executives in Corporate Real Estate. He is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and served in the past on their Rules of Professional Conduct Committee. He is admitted in the U.S. District Court’s District of Arizona, the Ninth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals, and U.S. Tax Court.
Norling also serves on the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce’s Scottsdale Airpark Committee and Economic Development Advisory Council.
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