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Gary A. Kravitz

Maddin Hauser Welcomes Senior Attorney Gary A. Kravitz to the Firm


We’re pleased to announce the addition of Gary A. Kravitz to the firm. As a Senior Attorney in the Real Estate, Corporate and Business, and Franchise practice groups, Mr. Kravitz represents clients in real estate matters including property acquisition and disposition, office, retail and industrial lease agreements, option agreements and real estate related litigation. He also assists clients with financial matters in the areas of lending, foreclosures, workouts and refinancing, counseling them 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,

The announcement was made by the firm’s President and CEO, Steven D. Sallen. “With over 15 years of experience handling a wide variety of complex real estate and business transactions, Gary’s vast expertise will strengthen our firm’s capabilities in providing clients with comprehensive, creative and timely solutions in these areas,” stated Sallen.

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 is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council’s Commercial Real Estate Committee and the State Bar of Michigan’s Law Related Education and Public Outreach Committee. He also serves as vice president of the Six Rivers Land Conservancy, an organization focused on conserving, sustaining and connecting natural areas, lands and waters.

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