Clark Hill Attorney Kevin A. Fanning Appointed to Education Committee of the Building Owners and Managers Association
– Clark Hill attorney Kevin A. Fanning has been appointed to the education committee of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).
practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, real estate and associated litigation, commercial property workouts and receiverships, and securities litigation.
Mr. Fanning’s Recent Matters Include:
Trial counsel for global food and beverage company with locations in 44 countries. Obtained summary judgment in federal district court dismissing opposing party’s claims, including sanctions against the opposing lawyer. See Dunkin’ Donuts Franchised Restaurants v. Mr. Omar, Inc. et al., 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 18001 (E.D. Mich., Mar. 10, 2008); 2008 U. S. Dist. LEXIS 39849 (E.D. Mich., May 16, 2008).
Lead counsel for loan servicer of national bank in receivership actions in five counties involving default under $13 million loan. Obtained the appointment of receiver to manage and operate collateral.
Counsel for national bank in receivership and judicial foreclosure action. Obtained appointment of receiver and judgment for foreclosure of $9 million defaulted loan. Successfully defended two interlocutory appeals contesting the appointment of receiver and foreclosure of loan.
Counsel for one of the nation’s leading world wide web automotive buying services in securities litigation arising out of sale of business.
Lead counsel for multi-state electrical components supplier in construction lien foreclosure litigation leading to top priority of the lien in favor of Mr. Fanning’s client over the mortgage of a national bank.
Lead defense counsel in dispute over lease of warehouse involving over $1 million in claims. Filed motion for summary judgment leading to successful resolution of action.
Lead counsel for various retail shopping plaza owners in multiple counties. Draft leases and amendments and enforce landlord rights.
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