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O'Reilly Rancilio Attorney John Bartley Named Michigan Go-To Lawyer for Real Estate Law

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O’Reilly Rancilio attorney John Bartley was recently named a Michigan Go-To Lawyer for Real Estate Law by Michigan Lawyers’ Weekly. The Go-To Lawyers program recognizes leading attorneys in a particular field of law as nominated by their peers.

Bartley concentrates his practice on all areas of real estate law and has worked in the field for two decades. He represents sellers and purchasers in complex purchase and sales transactions. He also represents multiple lenders in commercial loan documentation, loan workouts, and related issues.

Bartley often shares his knowledge and experiences with presentations and articles. He has conducted presentations at the Institute of Continuing Education and Real Property Law Section seminars, and serves as the co-chairperson of the Title and Conveyancing Subcommittee for the Real Property Section of the State Bar of Michigan. His articles have been published in Macomb County Bar Briefs, Michigan Real Property Review, and the Real Property Law Section e-Newsletter.

“We are proud that John has been named as a ‘Go-To Lawyer’ in real estate law by Michigan Lawyers’ Weekly. It is a very well-deserved recognition and is more evidence of the respect he has earned among real estate law practitioners for his abilities. Our firm is fortunate to have him,” said Chuck Turnbull, President of O’Reilly Rancilio.

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