Law and Real Estate

Law firms rank among ‘Best of the Best’ for real estate

September 9, 2015
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Harlan Robins
Harlan Robins. Courtesy Dickinson Wright

The real estate practices of two law firms with offices in Grand Rapids have been recognized as the “best of the best” in the Midwest region.

Dickinson Wright and Warner Norcross were both included on the list of 37 top-ranking real estate practices by Midwest Real Estate News in the publication’s “2015 Best of the Best” issue.

Entries from more than 60 Midwest commercial real estate law firms were submitted and rankings were calculated based on the total dollar volume of transactions completed in 2014, according to Midwest Real Estate News.

Dickinson Wright

Dickinson Wright earned the No. 2 slot on the list.

Dickinson Wright’s real estate practice is comprised of more than 95 lawyers who are actively involved in diverse real estate matters and regularly represent a wide variety of clients including property owners, developers, managers, contractors, lenders, investors, corporations, nonprofits and governments, among others, in all aspects of real estate.

The firm has offices across Michigan, as well as Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, D.C., and Toronto, and has experience in real estate transactions in nearly all 50 states and throughout Canada.

“Our outstanding team of real estate attorneys strives to provide our clients with the expertise and unwavering dedication,” said Harlan W. Robins, practice department manager for real estate, environmental, and energy and sustainability. “Our deal volume reflects their hard work, shoulder to shoulder with our clients.”

Warner Norcross

Warner Norcross came in at No. 5 on the list.

Warner Norcross was recognized based on the firm’s completion of 1,200 real estate transactions in 2014.

The deals were completed in 13 states and included a broad range of transaction areas, including: commercial, health care, industrial, office, condominium, residential, retail, multifamily, student housing and farm.

The firm’s real estate services, real estate litigation and economic incentives groups include 48 attorneys.

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