Gary A. Kravitz is a shareholder in the firm’s Real Estate, Corporate and Business, Franchise and Distribution, Lending and Finance, and Tax practice groups where he represents clients in real estate matters including property acquisition and disposition, office, retail and industrial lease agreements, option agreements and real estate related litigation. Counseling clients on business law matters including structuring LLCs and corporations, asset and stock purchase transactions and preparing employment agreements, confidentiality and non-compete agreements and shareholder agreements, Mr. Kravitz also assists clients with financial matters in the areas of lending, foreclosures, workouts and refinancing.
Admitted to the bar in Michigan, Mr. Kravitz received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University in 1990, earning his Juris Doctor from George Washington University Law School in 1993, and his Master of Laws (LLM) in Taxation from Wayne State University Law School in 2007.
Mr. Kravitz serves as vice president of the Six Rivers Land Conservancy, an organization focused on conserving, sustaining and connecting natural areas, lands and waters.
Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, Michigan, LLM, Taxation, 2007
George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C., J.D., 1993
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, B.A., 1990
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
Commercial Real Estate Committee, U.S. Green Building Council
Law Related Education and Public Outreach Committee, State Bar of Michigan, 2009-present
Former President, BNI Business Executive Network Chapter
Vice-President, Six Rivers Land Conservancy
“Three's Company: Lease Negotiations Involving Franchisors,” Probate & Property Magazine
“Sinkholes and Slime Spills: Phosphate Mining Impacts in Florida," Clementine: The Journal of Responsible Mineral Development