Chris is responsible for overseeing administration of the company’s Inventory Recovery process in Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada, Oregon, South Carolina, and Texas. He is also responsible for overseeing the company’s inventory management and title insurance operations.
As an attorney at his law firm, Hayes, Johnson & Conley, PLLC, Chris’ practice is limited exclusively to real estate, business, and financial transactions where he regularly represents real estate developers, owners, financial institutions, title insurance agencies, and serves as underwriting counsel for title insurance companies. Chris’ work focuses on structuring and processing commercial transactions and, commonly, timeshare developer resort transactions. Additionally, Chris is a Member of the Arkansas Bar Association’s Title Insurance Standing Committee, which publishes the standards for examination of real estate titles in Arkansas.
Before becoming an attorney, Chris worked in intelligence operations with the U.S. Air Force for almost ten years. He served multiple tours in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom and is a frequent supporter of community projects and programs supporting veterans and their families.
B.S., John Brown University
J.D., Tulane University Law School
Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada, South Carolina, and Oregon
Title Insurance Agent
Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Wisconsin
Professional Affiliations and Recent Publications
American Resort Development Association
American Bar Association
Arkansas State Bar Association
Colorado State Bar Association
Florida State Bar Association
Louisiana State Bar Association
Nevada State Bar Assocation
Missouri State Bar Association
Oregon State Bar Association
As a title company servicing owners and developers, we are involved in the lifecycle of countless intervals. Last year alone, we were involved in transferring upwards of 18,000 titles and, along the way, several owners shared their experiences. Interestingly, we...