Clark Hill Attorney P. Douglas Folk Presented with a Presidential Commendation by AIA Arizona at the 2013 Arizona Design Awards
Clark Hill Attorney P. Douglas Folk, was presented with a Presidential Commendation by AIA Arizona at its 2013 Arizona Design Awards on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
Folk serves as legal counsel to Arizona’s state component of the American Institute of Architects. His commendation recognized Folk for his assistance in the organization’s recent management transition in which the state component in Phoenix assumed responsibility for the association’s southern Arizona chapter based in Tucson, Arizona.
Several of Folk’s clients were also honored at this annual awards gala for their work on notable projects, with Wendell Burnette taking home AIA Arizona’s Honor Award for his Desert Courtyard House.
Folk serves business clients in architecture, engineering, geomatics, landscape architecture, construction, and other technology-driven industries as a vigorous advocate and trusted advisor. By drawing on his extensive experience in business transactions and commercial litigation, he developed practice specialties in construction law, professional liability defense, contracts and negotiations, risk management, administrative law, and government relations.
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