Brown to Lead Interlaw’s North American Real Estate Team
May 10, 2010, DENVER - Sherman & Howard announces that Robert Brown, a member in the firm's Real Estate Department, has been named Chairman of Interlaw's North American Real Estate business team (NARE), comprised of law firms practicing real estate law in the United States (including Puerto Rico), Canada, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and other Central American countries. Mr. Brown's term began in late April. He will lead NARE for the next three years.
Mr. Brown has represented clients in real estate, banking and general business matters for more than 30 years. He received his law degree from Cornell University in 1976. He also holds a master's degree in Mathematics from Hofstra University and a bachelor's degree in economics from Wesleyan University.
Today's global companies depend on the expertise of business lawyers who are fluent in the native language, laws, rules, regulations, and customs of their own jurisdiction, yet who are broadly educated and experienced in working with domestic and global clients. Interlaw was founded in England in 1982, and for more than twenty-five years, Interlaw has been the "go to" international association of independent, quality-monitored, commercial law firms. Corporate counsel and other executives choose Interlaw firms in some 120 cities worldwide as their primary resource for reliable legal representation. Interlaw membership is by invitation only, and the identification, vetting, and selection process is both rigorous and thorough. Interlaw seeks as members, full service, highly reputed, commercial law firms that are usually midsized for their jurisdiction. For more information on Interlaw, please visit their website.
About Sherman & Howard
Sherman & Howard L.L.C., established in 1892, is the oldest law firm in Denver. The Firm assists its clients in most aspects of law affecting businesses and public institutions. Sherman & Howard's more than 200 attorneys currently practice law from offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, Steamboat Springs, Vail and Aspen, Colorado; Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona; Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada; and St. Louis, Missouri.
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