Tucson, AZ/Press/July 23, 2021 – John F. Munger, Attorney and Managing Member of Munger, Chadwick & Denker P.L.C., was selected into the Top Attorneys of North America 2021-2022 edition by The Who’s Who Directories.
For more than four decades, Munger Chadwick & Denker P.L.C., has superbly served clients in Arizona, the Southwest, and globally. The Firm has law offices throughout the state in Phoenix, Tucson and the Green Valley, Arizona, area in a wide range of business legal matters including business law, including corporate, real estate, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, and Homeowner Association Law, as well as intellectual property law, utilities law, and its Federal and State lobbying, international trade and immigration teams. In matters involving dispute resolution, The Firm is recognized for its litigation strength, but also takes pride in working with its clients creatively and aggressively to resolve problems in ways that can prevent or avoid litigation and regulatory obstacles.
John F. Munger , was admitted to the Bar, 1974, Arizona, the U.S. District Court, District of Arizona and U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. His practice areas are corporate law, commercial and real estate transactions and litigation, international transactions and intellectual property law.
Born in Sioux City, Iowa, Mr. Munger graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. Political Science – International Relations, 1969); he earned a J.D., With Distinction, 1973, from the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, as well as an L.L.M. – Masters Degree in International Trade and Business Law, 2008. He is A-V Rated, by Martindale-Hubbell; and is listed in: Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers (Real Estate Law and Commercial Law) 1992-Present; Best Lawyers in America, 2001 – Present; Southwest Super Lawyers, 2007 – Present; Featured in “Tucson’s Best Lawyers” by Tucson Lifestyle Magazine. Mr. Munger is a Member, State Bar of Arizona, Fellow, Arizona Bar Foundation Member, American Bar Association, International Law Committee; Past Member, U.S. Mexico Bar Association; Member, State Bar of Arizona; Member, Pima County Bar Association. Mr. Munger is also a member of World Link for Law, an association of 70 law firms in 50 countries representing clients throughout the world. The firm has represented clients from six continents.
As an Order of the Coif graduate, and Note Editor of the Arizona Law Review Mr. Munger was also a Lecturer-In-Law for Research and Writing, at the University of Arizona College of Law, 1973-1974, Mr. Munger has authored many scholarly legal pieces, including the “Importation of Mexican Produce Into The United States: Procedures, Documentation, and Dispute Resolution,” Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law (2013); “Subpoena Versus Confidentiality Obligations for Appraisers,” The Appraisal Journal, January 1992; “Rights of Secured Creditors of Personality in Mexico,” 16 Arizona Law Review 767 (1975); “Constitutional Due Process in the Civil & Military Justice Systems,” 14 Arizona Law Review 344 (1972); “Sanctions for Incomplete Answers to Interrogatories,” Arizona Law Review 105 (1970); “Misdemeanor Compromise Statute,” 12 Arizona Law Review 162 (1970).
Mr. Munger has had a long career in politics, running as recently as candidate for Governor of Arizona on the Republican Ticket, 2010. He was also President and Member of the Arizona Board of Regents, and Chairman of the Board of the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. He is a member and on the board of several civic committees.
Mr. Munger is also a member and twice a member of the Vestry of the St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, and is a member of the Tucson Country Club, Mountain Oyster Club. Mr. Munger served in the United States Army as Sgt., 2nd Infantry Division and Headquarters Eighth U.S. Army, Korea, 1970-1971. He won the Army Commendation Medal (for Meritorious Service).
Mr. Munger is married, with 5 children, 8 grandchildren; He has a 1st degree black belt Shotokan in Karate; and is an avid Horseman.
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