“Catherine. You are the absolute best!! I appreciate your consideration, direct spot-on advice and direction!! Exceptional work as always!! I will be in touch!” – D.T.
"Don't have the words to express my gratitude." -M.H.
“Thank you all again for all your help!!! Couldn’t have resolved my ownership interest in the property and achieved a sale on good terms without all your efforts and hard work!!! Very much appreciated!!!!” - C.H.
Catherine Conner has practiced law in Arizona for more than 30 years, earning her the respect and referrals of the people in the community she serves. Representing clients in complex real estate and business matters, she has extensive experience with all aspects of private and commercial enterprises, from contract negotiation to litigation. Catherine is particularly skilled at providing positive outcomes in high-conflict cases, while always striving to keep her clients' costs down through effective dispute resolution. She believes in empowering clients to take charge of their legal matters by providing them with the benefit of her knowledge in order to make sound and successful decisions. She is often sought out by peers and other professionals for her sharp financial and legal analysis in areas of business contracts, financing and real estate transactions.
Conduct trials, evidentiary hearings, motions practice, and discovery in federal, state
and bankruptcy courts involving business, contract, real estate and banking (deficiency,
guaranty, mortgage enforcement)
√ Litigate claims of misrepresentation in real estate sales
√ Manage real estate portfolios of commercial and industrial properties
√ Resolve title claims, including easement, access, deposit claims and encroachments
Negotiate business purchases and sale transactions including
financing, securitization and due diligence
Manage real estate acquisitions, sales, financing and leases of commercial and
industrial properties including due diligence, title and appraisal reviews
Handle multi-property landlord/tenant matters including improvements, construction defects, payment
applications, lien waivers, estoppels, and accounting audits
Catherine Conner received her B.S. from Northern Arizona University and
earned her MBA and law degrees from Arizona State University.