A former attorney at Fraser Trebilcock, Michael practices in the areas of administrative law, government regulation, transportation law, affordable housing, health care law, and condemnation and eminent domain. He has served as counsel to several statewide professional and trade organizations. Michael is also a licensed real estate broker, and his previous professional experience includes time as a former Assistant Attorney General. He has served as a Hearing Officer for the Michigan Education Trust and the Michigan Department of Consumer and Securities Bureau. Outside of work, Michael has served on various boards in the Lansing community, and actively volunteers his time to multiple organizations.
Mary joins Fraser Trebilcock with over four decades of professional experience in state government and the real estate industry. During her career in state government, Mary worked at the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Michigan Department of Management and Budget, the Michigan State Police and the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, serving as general counsel before entering private law practice. Mary’s practice is primarily focused on affordable housing and community development. She also provides affordable housing and community development consulting services on a statewide basis. Mary was on the original board and President of School Age Child Care (SACC), the first before/after school care organization in East Lansing and was the former President and Secretary of the Greater Lansing Housing Coalition (GLHC). Mary is a licensed real estate broker and certified general real estate appraiser.
"Mike and Mary's multiple decades of experience in both the public and private sectors showcases the value brought to the firm. Leveraging their considerable talents, experience, and client base will help Fraser Trebilcock's expanding regional footprint grow," said Michael H. Perry, President of Fraser Trebilcock.