SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Morris Ellison spoke at the 24th Annual American Property Tax Counsel Client Seminar in Scottsdale on protecting attorney-client privileges and work product in ad valorem property tax appeals. The panel in which he participated focused on the differences between “financing” appraisals and appraisals prepared in connection with tax appeals themselves and explored some of the changing rules in different jurisdictions impacting these issues.

The seminar was attended by approximately 100 clients and lawyers.

Morris Ellison’s practice includes commercial real estate transactions, commercial litigation and banking law. He represents local, national and international investors, lenders, and real estate developers in the development, financing and disposition of commercial properties and other assets. Ellison has experience in a variety of complex real estate and business related issues including the development of several mixed-use projects, real property tax appeals, entity disputes and structuring and complex foreclosures and workouts.