Clark Hill Attorney Kevin A. Fanning to Present at the BOMA Metro Detroit Mega Education Day on June 19, 2014
– Clark Hill attorney Kevin A. Fanning will present “Navigating the Waters in an ADA Accessibility Lawsuit” at the BOMA Metro Detroit Mega Education Day on June 19, 2014, at the DoubleTree Fort Shelby in downtown Detroit. Mr. Fanning’s presentation will focus on the importance of an ADA accessibility plan in advance of being a defendant in an ADA lawsuit. Attendees will learn how these lawsuits are handled, including risks associated with these cases. Mr. Fanning is also the Chairman of the BOMA Metro Detroit Mega Education Day, having created the concept over two years ago with other members of BOMA Metro Detroit.
Founded in 1908, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Metro Detroit is a professional trade association whose 400+ members either own or manage commercial real estate, or provide goods and services to the industry. Their mission is to actively represent the best interests of the commercial real estate owner, the real estate professional, and their supplier members through: effective leadership in advocacy, the collection and dissemination of information, and professional development and accreditation.
Mr. Fanning’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, real estate litigation, commercial property workouts and receiverships, and securities litigation. Mr. Fanning also handles all aspects of litigation for various transportation and logistics companies involving the defense of serious accidents, freight claims, employment matters, insurance and indemnity issues, and related litigation.
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