Ronn S. Nadis

  • Michigan 1983
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan 1983
  • University of Michigan:  B.A. Economics 1980
  • Case Western Reserve University School of Law:  J.D. 1983
  • Michigan Bar Association, Real Property Law Section, Chair 2012 – 2013, Council member since 2003, Officer 2006 – 2013
  • Member, International Council of Shopping Centers
  • Member, Urban Land Institute
  • Past president, Congregation Beth Ahm, West Bloomfield, Michigan
  • Fellow, American College of Mortgage Attorneys
  • Recipient, 2004 Thomas M. Cooley Law School Distinguished Brief Award for brief written in connection with real estate finance.
  • Speaker on a variety of real estate topics including real estate joint ventures, boundary disputes  and commercial leasing
  • Michigan Super Lawyers:  2008 – 2016
  • Michigan Super Lawyers Business Edition:  2012 – 2015
  • Best Lawyers in America:  2012 – 2015
  • dbusiness Top Lawyers:  2014 – 2017
  • Michigan Leading Lawyers:  2015 – 2017
  • Unwritten Title Transfers, 1999
  • Boundary Law in Michigan, (Co-Author), 2003
  • Boundary Disputes – What Happens When You Cross the Line, (Co-Author), 2007
  • Notable Reported Case:  Graves v American Acceptance Mortgage Corporation, 469 Mich 608; 677 NW2d 829 (2004)

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(248) 489-8600

RONN S. NADIS is a shareholder of the firm.  Mr. Nadis has concentrated his practice in the area of commercial real estate.  He represents institutional and private property owners in sales, acquisitions, finance, development and commercial leasing and property management issues.  Representative legal matters include the following:

  • Commercial real estate ownership, structure, sale, purchase and development
  • Commercial real estate finance including CMBS (commercial mortgage-backed securities) and mezzanine lending and tax planning
  • Office, retail and industrial lease transactions for investors, landlords, property managers and tenants
  • Real estate sales and acquisitions for developers and other real estate companies, including multi-state transactions