John A. Buric
Attorney John Buric’s law practice includes contracts,
construction and business law, notary public law, mobile home community, RV and
Notaries and notarial acts serve important functions in the
courts and in governmental, personal and commercial transactions. John Buric
provides educational seminars on notary law, including how to properly perform
the acts of a notary, the implications if errors are made, details to evaluate
when assessing notarized documents, errors that could cause a document or
transaction to be invalid, and how to effectively use the services of a notary
or to supervise notary employees. Mr. Buric also develops notary policies for
law firms and other businesses, provides forensic evaluation of notarial acts,
and serves as an expert witness on notarial acts and transactions.
Since 1988, Mr. Buric has successfully handled hundreds of
matters covering an innumerable diversity of legal subjects. He also has served
as a Maricopa County Superior Court Civil Judge Pro Tem for more than 15 years.
John Buric has a
multifaceted legal practice encompassing numerous types of law, including:
mobile home/manufactured home community law,
recreational vehicle law,
the rental car industry,
state administrative proceedings
(including the Registrar of Contractors and the Department of Fire, Building and
and general corporate and civil
Mr. Buric received his B.A. degree, cum laude, from
Augustana College (Illinois) in 1985, and his Doctor of Jurisprudence, with
distinction, from the University of Iowa College of Law, in 1988, where he was a
member of the Iowa Law Review. He subsequently served as a law clerk/extern to
the Honorable James Duke Cameron, Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.
Mr. Buric is admitted to practice law in the States of
Arizona and Colorado, as well as before the United States District Court of
Arizona and the Supreme Court of the United States.