John Gwyn Selected as a “Go To Lawyer” in Real Estate and Condominium Law
CMDA is proud to announce that John D. Gwyn has been recognized as a “Go To Lawyer” for Real Estate and Condominium Law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. The publication recently launched a “Go To Lawyers” program that identifies and recognizes the top 20 lawyers across the state in a given practice area, and we are thrilled that Mr. Gwyn was selected as a top lawyer in real estate and condominium law.
Since joining the Firm’s Livonia office in 2019, Mr. Gwyn has significantly grown the Firm’s Community Association and Real Estate practice group by bringing in many new clients to the Firm, including individuals, community associations, management companies, developers, and other real estate clients.
Mr. Gwyn has broad and extensive experience of over 25 years in matters involving commercial and consumer litigation. He currently represents community associations, management companies, developers, and other real estate clients and has handled all facets of litigation in matters related to bylaw violations enforcement, collections, corporate civil rights defense, and creditor bankruptcy matters. Mr. Gwyn has also spent a significant part of his legal career representing financial institutions in proceedings related to compliance, negotiable instruments, construction lien foreclosures, receiverships, fraud litigation, probate, and collections.
CMDA Managing Partner Christopher Schultz explains, “Having John named as a ‘Go To Lawyer’ in Real Estate and Condominium Law is a testament to the hard work and dedication he has put into growing his practice. He strives to provide clients with the highest level of professional legal representation in every matter that he handles.”
Honorees will be highlighted later this month in a special section of Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Please join our Firm in congratulating Mr. Gwyn on this well-deserved accomplishment.
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