Born New York,
N.Y., November 1, 1955; admitted to bar, 1985, Michigan; 1986, New York. Education: City University of New York, John Jay College (B.A., cum laude, 1978); New England School of Law (J.D., cum laude,
1984). New England Scholar. Staff Member, 1982-1983 and Associate Editor, 1983-1984, New England Law Review. Member: State
Bar of Michigan; New York State Bar Association. Practice Areas: Commercial Litigation;
Property and Title Insurance Litigation; Subrogation; Construction; Real Estate; Premises Liability; Products Liability.
John is licensed to practice in both
Michigan and New York. He came to Michigan via the New England School of Law in 1984 to work as a research attorney
for a Michigan Circuit court (Oakland County). He has handled large and complex litigation in numerous states including
Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Ohio, New York and New Jersey.
John lives with his family in suburban Detroit and focuses his practice on commercial litigation/business issues and
subrogation matters pending in the State of Michigan.