David H. Freedman is a shareholder in the firm’s Corporate and Business, Real Estate and Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Debtor-Creditor Rights Practice Groups. His expertise in handling all phases of commercial transactions and his meticulous attention to detail are widely recognized and respected. Mr. Freedman counsels clients on a wide variety of corporate, business and real estate matters, with an emphasis on transactional and contract work.
Mr. Freedman’s practice involves all types of business and related transactions, including corporate governance, counseling clients on the appropriate business entity, preparation, review, negotiation and closing of complex contracts and documents, buying and selling assets, real estate or business interests, shareholder agreements, operating agreements, buy-sell agreements, employment agreements and general business planning. He is also involved in a variety of debtor and creditor rights matters including workouts and liquidations, receiverships, and transactional acquisition and sale matters involving insolvent entities and their owners. Mr. Freedman regularly represents court-appointed receivers in state and federal court matters.
Mr. Freedman is AV rated in Martindale Hubbell. He has been recognized in the Michigan edition of Super Lawyers® since 2010 in the practice areas of business/corporate and real estate, named in DBusiness Top Lawyers in 2010, 2013, 2015 and 2018 in the areas of bankruptcy and creditor/debtor rights law, corporate law and real estate, and in Best Lawyers in America® in the areas of bankruptcy and creditor debtor rights/insolvency and reorganization law since 2012.
Wayne State University Law School, Detroit Michigan
Juris Doctor, 1987
Senior Associate Editor of Wayne Law Review from 1986-1987
University of Michigan-Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor, Michigan
B.B.A. with Concentration in Accounting, 1984
State Bar of Michigan
Member, Business Law Section, Real Property Law Section
State Bar of Michigan, 1987
U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan
Editor: ICLE, Damages and Remedies in Michigan (2018)