JOHN RAYMOND DUNHAM, III

EXPERTISE: 28 years as outside counsel to major public and private corporations, financial institutions, real estate developers and investors.

EDUCATION: Graduated from George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia, 1982 (top 10%), Bachelor of Arts from American University, School of Government and Public Administration in Washington, D.C.

REAL ESTATE AND FINANCING SERVICES: Approved counsel for state, regional, national and international financial institutions and institutional lenders, real estate developers and investors. Representing clients in the acquisition, development, financing, construction, management, leasing and disposition of real estate. Extensive experience in complex real estate transactions including apartments, office buildings, hotels, motels, factory outlets, shopping centers, commercial strip centers, regional malls, condominiums, time-share resorts, manufactured housing, retail, self-storage facilities, industrial parks, warehouse facilities, agricultural property, retirement facilities, nursing homes, health care facilities, marinas and vacant land.

LITIGATION SERVICES: Represents clients in Federal, State and Appellate Courts in commercial litigation. Prosecute and defend a broad range of claims that arise in the course of doing business, including business torts, private or public contracts, employment, commercial, lender liability, securities, construction and real property litigation. Counsels lenders in the resolution of complex, trouble-debt restructures, foreclosures, collections, workouts and bankruptcy matters.

MEMBERSHIPS: The Florida Bar (member, Section of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law; Corporation, Banking and Business Law; Trial Lawyers; Tax); Texas Bar; District of Columbia Bar; Association of Corporate Counsel.

AUTHORITY: Mr. Dunham has authored books and articles, and lectured on corporate law, corporate finance, real estate transactions, commercial real estate lending, venture capital and commercial litigation.