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  • The Law Firm Disrupted: Contingency as Currency?
    Contingency cases with significant upside for law firms could become a bargaining chip for those trying to break law firms of the billable hour. Plus, what's on the minds of litigation funders?
          
  • Companies Have Paid Over $106B in State Attorney General Joint Lawsuits Since 2000
    The report, "Bipartisan Corporate Crime Fighting by the States," by the D.C. nonprofit group Good Jobs First is a compilation of multistage lawsuits filed by attorneys general of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
         
  • Judge Blocks New California Law That Would Require Trump to Reveal Tax Returns
    The tentative ruling followed a two-hour hearing over a request by President Donald Trump's campaign and Republicans at the state and federal level for a preliminary injunction.
            Another Law Firm Abandons Mandatory Arbitration as Pressure Continues
    The move by Selendy & Gay follows a national trend of law firms dropping mandatory arbitration clauses for lawyers and other employees. But there are still plenty of holdouts.
           
  • Higher Law: Vaping Vexation | Quinn Emanuel's Cannabis Practice | Wilmer Cutler's Big Deal Assist | Big Political Dollars from the Cannabis Industry
    Seth Morris of Duane Morris talks with Higher Law -- welcome! -- about some observations about vaping and liability. Plus: check out our new podcast with a Quinn Emanuel partner about cannabis cases. And scroll down for Who Got the Work. Thanks for reading!
        
  • John J. Premo

    John J. Premo has focused his practice on real estate, tax appeals and general business matters.  Mr. Premo has extensive experience in negotiating and drafting purchase agreements, commercial and residential leases and financing instruments.  He has counseled clients in the sale and acquisition of vacant land, office buildings, retail centers, hotels, industrial and commercial buildings, and residential properties.  He has negotiated and drafted construction agreements, managed the draw request process, and resolved discrepancies arising out of construction.  He routinely prepares documentation for partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations.  Clients have relied on his ability to negotiate governmental incentive packages, including tax incremental financing projects.  His practice includes the foreclosure of mortgages and the preparation of documentation associated therewith.  He has drafted condominium master deeds, easements and other declaratory documents associated with the development of a project.

    He also specializes in commercial property tax appeals, an area of practice that requires analysis of income statements, market values, valuation practices and appraisals.  He has successfully challenged the assessments of commercial, industrial and retail properties, apartment buildings and golf courses.

    Prior to embracing his passion for the law profession, Mr. Premo was a commercial real estate broker with the Equis Corporation.  While at Equis, he routinely performed market research for assignments and prepared informative summaries reflecting a property's position in the market.

    Mr. Premo received a B.S. from Michigan State University in 1990 and a J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1996.  He is a member of the General Business and Real Property Law sections of the State Bar of Michigan, a licensed real estate broker and certified mediator. He prides himself on adding value to his client’s matters whether from a transactional, operational or general business perspective.

     


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