Fennemore Craig PC
Marian LaLonde’s primary practice areas include business law, real estate, public lands, natural resources, environmental, energy and tax-exempt organizations. Ms. LaLonde’s experience includes complex real estate and business transactions and financings related to the development of renewable energy and mineral properties including due diligence, title review, joint ventures, interconnection agreements, purchase and royalty agreements, land use, rights-of-way, municipal and tribal negotiations and environmental permitting and compliance. Marian has also successfully litigated in the areas of mineral rights, water rights, title, general commercial real estate, construction and equine law. Marian also serves as outside general counsel for several businesses and tax-exempt entities assisting them with day-to-day operational needs, including contracting, strategic counseling and fiduciary duties, managing and maintaining tax-exemption, governance and regulatory compliance.
Ms. LaLonde serves as the Chair of the Pima County Air Quality Hearing Board and is on the Board of the Southwestern Fair Commission, Southern Arizona Eventing Association and ex-officio for the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona. Marian is a proud alumnus of Youth on Their Own and continues to actively participate in homeless youth efforts. She also enjoys competing regionally and nationally with her horses.