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Kenneth P. Lane

Member
Office

Lansing

212 E. Cesar Chavez Ave
Lansing, MI 48906
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Fax: 517.318.3078
Education
J.D., Michigan State University College of Law, East Lansing, Michigan
B.A., Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
State Bar Licenses
Michigan

Kenneth P. Lane

Member

Kenneth P. Lane is a Member in Clark Hill's Lansing office in the Education and Municipal Law Practice Group where he concentrates his practice in the areas of municipal law, municipal litigation, planning and zoning, public pension law and condemnation law.

Kenneth serves as general and special counsel to cities, townships, villages and counties across the state. Kenneth also has extensive experience in representing planning commissions, zoning boards, drain commissioners and drainage districts, brownfield authorities, and other municipal public bodies and entities. Additionally, Kenneth has a broad range of experience in various complex investment transactions and serves as general counsel for two large public employee pension systems.

Kenneth has spoken at numerous conferences and seminars on such topics as legislation affecting local governments, open meetings and freedom of information issues, zoning, planning and land use, ordinance enforcement and public pension regulation.

Prior to joining Clark Hill, Kenneth served as the Assistant Township Manager for Delta Charter Township where he focused on economic development and land use. Prior to that, Kenneth worked for the City of Lansing in the Office of the City Attorney focusing on ordinance prosecution and civil matters pertaining to housing and neighborhood issues.

Kenneth received his B.A. in History from Western Michigan University. He received his J.D. from Michigan State University College of Law and is a member of the Michigan Bar Association.

Memberships
State Bar of Michigan
Ingham County Bar Association
Member, Meridian Charter Township Planning Commission
Michigan Association of Municipal Attorneys
Michigan Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems