Jeffrey Paul Helsdon

Jeffrey Paul Helsdon

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Signing of Convention on Cooperation Among American Working Dog Organizations.  Mr. David Kontny, Deputy Chief, Office for Bombing Prevention, Department of Homeland Security, center.
Address by David Kontny, Deputy Chief, Office for Bombing Prevention, Department of Homeland Security at the Centennial Event, Doberman Pinscher Club of America, October 16, 2008, Topeka, Kansas.
Jeffrey Paul Helsdon receiving appreciation from audience for conceiving of, creating and organizing the Centennial Event and the signing of the Convention on Cooperation, to provide American dogs for American security.

About Me 

Jeff is AV Preeminent Peer rated by Martindale-Hubbell.  Jeff is committed to precision in his law practice. Jeff practices in the areas of real estate and business and has been a Qualified Intermediary for real estate investment exchanges under § 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code for over 25 years. In that capacity, he is well-respected and is called upon to accommodate many complex, large 1031 exchange transactions throughout the United States. He was the first Certified Exchange Specialist® in the south Puget Sound.


Jeff was the Producer and Emcee of the 10th Anniversary tribute to the working dogs of 9/11.  The event was held at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey, across the Hudson River from Ground Zero.  Click here to see the video of this moving event: 9/11 Tribute Ceremony.


Jeff organized the national event celebrating the Centennial Year of the Doberman Pinscher in the United States in 2008.  The Centennial Committee, which he formed and led, flew living World War II Marine War Dog Handlers from the South Pacific campaign to Topeka, Kansas for a special ceremony at which they were honored.  The highlight of the evening was the signing by national working dog organizations of a document Jeff drafted entitled "Convention on Cooperation Among America's Working Dog Organizations," which was signed with the formalities of a treaty-signing ceremony.  Following the signing, the Convenvtion on Cooperation was handed to the Deputy Director for the Office of Bombing Prevention with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, who was in attendance.


To see more about the Centennial Event, to read the Convention on Cooperation, or to order a DVD of the event, go to