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About Marmon Law Offices
- Chair, Real Property Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1997 - 1998
- Member Board of Trustees and Audit Committee, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1998 - 2002
- Malcolm S. Rae Outstanding Section Leader Award, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1998
- Member, Executive Committee, Real Property Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1987 - Present
- Chair, Commercial Development Section, Real Property Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1983 - 1986
- Member, Business and Corporations Law Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1975 - Present
- Member, Real Property Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1975 - Present
- Member, Conference of Delegates, State Bar of California, 1999
- Member, Business Law Section, State Bar of California
- Member, Real Property Section, State Bar of California
- Member, Litigation Section, State Bar of California
- Member, Conference of Delegates, State Bar of California, 1991
Classes and Seminars
- Adjunct Professor, Whittier College School of Law, 1989
- Victor I. Marmon (Member)
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1875 Century Park East Suite 1600 Los Angeles, CA 90067- 2517
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