PRESS RELEASE: Greg George of Macomber Law Presents CLE Course to Spokane County Bar

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Arthur B. Macomber
Managing Attorney
Macomber Law, PLLC
505 W. Riverside Avenue, Suite 584
Spokane, WA 99201
509-327-4700
Art@MacomberLaw.com
www.MacomberLaw.com

SPOKANE, Washington – January 3, 2018 –Attorney Greg M. George presented a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course to the Spokane County Bar on December 21, 2017. The course was held at the County Commissioners’ Hearing Room and entitled “Legal Issues in Title Insurance.” Between twenty-five to thirty were in attendance. Mr. George gave a similar presentation to the Kootenai County Bar in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho in September 2017 with similar attendance.

As an attorney practicing exclusively in real property law, Mr. George has experience with common risks of real estate transactions not well understood by the public or by attorneys practicing outside of real property law. Mr. George addressed certain common legal risks of real estate transfer, risks not covered by title insurance, citing relevant Washington State cases and law. Mr. George enlivened what can be a dry topic with anecdotes taken from his practice experience and from the Washington State cases he presented.

Mr. George received his Juris Doctor from University of Washington School of Law and graduated from Whitworth University cum laude with a degree in Economics. During law school, Greg served as a Member of the Washington Law Review. He joined Macomber Law in 2015 after practicing business law in Washington State.  Mr. George is an active member of the Spokane County Bar and is admitted to practice law before the Washington Supreme Court. Greg is also licensed to practice law in Idaho.

Opening its doors in 2006, Macomber Law, PLLC serves Idaho, Montana, and Washington in real property, land use, contracts, and water law practice areas. Macomber Law prides itself in providing the highest quality legal and client services.

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