John Hadlock is of counsel and concentrates his practice in general commercial litigation. His practice in recent years has included real estate, construction and finance litigation, including significant matters relating to the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as leasehold claims and real estate finance matters. He has also had extensive experience in publishing law and antitrust law, with an emphasis on product marketing, promotion, distribution and circulation. As general counsel to the magazine industry trade association for 20 years and as general counsel to a major magazine distributor for ten years, Mr. Hadlock has extensive experience with a variety of marketing, distribution and circulation issues.
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