|Joseph Kalo Of Wishart Norris Henninger & Pittman Leads Bar Committee|
BURLINGTON – Joseph J. Kalo IV of the Wishart Norris Henninger & Pittman law firm in Burlington was recently selected to chair the Legislative Committee of the Real Property Section for the North Carolina Bar Association.
His term as chair is from July 1, 2010 until June 30, 2011.
With more than 2,475 members, the Real Property Section is active in consumer protection and oversees real estate property law. Kalo was elected to the Real Property Section Council in 2009.
Kalo joined Wishart Norris Henninger & Pittman in 1999 after working for a time in Asheville. He is licensed to practice in North Carolina and South Carolina.
The son of Joseph and Monica Kalo of Chapel Hill, Kalo focuses on real property law (commercial and residential), real estate development, zoning, land use and regulations, foreclosure and collection and real property litigation. He is a board certified specialist in real property law – residential, business, commercial and industrial transactions.
Kalo serves on the board of the Burlington Downtown Corporation, is a former member of the City of Burlington Historical Commission and a past president of Family Abuse Services of Alamance County.
Kalo earned a bachelor’s in Economics and German at Vanderbilt University in 1990. He completed his law degree at the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1994.
Wishart Norris Henninger & Pittman concentrates in all areas of law affecting privately owned businesses and their owners. This includes business law, mergers and acquisitions, business litigation, tax planning, tax controversy, estate planning and administration, succession planning, exit planning for business owners, employment law, commercial and residential real estate and family law. A recent new practice area is legal services to businesses with in-house counsel.