John A. Stemmler


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John Stemmler represents entrepreneurs in acquiring, disposing of and financing investments in hotels, multi-family communities, office buildings, single-family developments, retail shopping centers, warehouse and multipurpose real estate projects and a variety of other operating businesses. In 2012 and 2013, John completed the purchase of ten apartment communities valued at nearly $655 million, dispositions valued at nearly $490 million and financings of nearly $3 billion. John also counsels clients on commercial transactions and real estate investments as well as a range of corporate and securities matters.

Practicing with the belief that his clients’ problems are his problems, John works as a trusted advisor, helping business owners, real estate investors and entrepreneurs realize, promote and nurture their significant business investments.

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Memphis Bar Association

Tennessee Bar Association — Corporation & Business Law Section, Chairman (1995-1997); Tennessee Business Corporation Act Revision Committee (1993-1996); Special Committee on Opinion Standards (1993-1994)