Find Lawyers in Michigan, United States for Litigation - Land Use and Zoning
William K. Fahey is a Michigan lawyer serving public utilities and municipalities for more than 32 years. He represents electric and natural gas utilities in administrative, regulatory, commercial and appellate matters, and has been involved in nearly every major matter affecting Michigan public utilities over the last three decades. Mr. Fahey has represented more than 100 Michigan municipalities throughout Michigan, both as municipal attorney and as special counsel, principally handling muni...
Richard Rattner has more than thirty years of experience in real estate law, with specialties in real estate acquisition, sale and loan transactions, land use development, zoning, and corporate law. Mr. Rattner is a member of the Oakland County Bar Association, the State Bar of Michigan, the American Bar Association and the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation. He served on the Governing Council of the Real Property Law Section (RPLS) of the State Bar of Michigan and remains an active parti...
Ron Reynolds has a diverse business and litigation practice which includes counseling clients on business, employment and real estate issues, as well as litigating real property, employment, business and commercial matters. He has substantive experience in trial courts, appellate courts and arbitration venues, and has been appointed both a facilitator and an arbitrator in complex commercial and real property law cases. He also serves in a "general counsel" capacity for several small businesses.
Timothy A. Stoepker represents clients in matters concerning Land Use/Zoning, Real Estate, Energy & Sustainability and Education Law, among others. He has served as counsel for the development of national fast food and pharmacy stores, Michigan intermodal warehouse developments, charter school and student housing projects and residential developments inclusive of State and Federal national permits, environmental impact assessments, evaluation of alternatives and mitigation plans. Mr. Stoe...
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