Clark Hill Attorney Kevin Fanning Appointed to Board of Directors of Federal Bar Association – Eastern District of Michigan Chapter
– Clark Hill attorney Kevin Fanning was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Federal Bar Association – Eastern District of Michigan Chapter. His term will end in 2009. Mr. Fanning is also co-chair of the Federal Bar Association’s Law Student Initiative Committee. For more information please visit
is a member in Clark Hill’s Birmingham office, where he practices in the Litigation Practice Group. Mr. Fanning’s practice includes a broad range of litigation matters, including real estate litigation, commercial litigation,
UCC matters, and construction litigation. Mr. Fanning also works extensively in the areas of commercial, industrial, office and retail leasing and litigation, and is a frequent speaker on these topics.
Mr. Fanning is a member of the Advocacy Committee of Leadership Next, a United Way of Southeastern Michigan organization, in addition to various other civic organizations, including City of Birmingham civic associations.
Mr. Fanning graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in 1997 where he was a member of the
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