Clark Hill Names Three New Members at Lansing Office

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Ted Rozeboom, Dominic Rios, Kevin Roragen // Courtesy of Clark Hill and Kevin Roragen
Left – Ted Rozeboom; Right Top to Bottom – Dominic Rios, Kevin Roragen // Courtesy of Clark Hill and Kevin Roragen

Clark Hill, a full-service commercial law firm headquartered in Detroit, announced that real estate attorneys Ted Rozeboom, Dominic Rios, and Kevin Roragen have joined as members at the firm’s Lansing office.

Amia Banks and Clifford Cooper II have joined the firm’s Lansing office as associates.

“The addition of this outstanding group of lawyers to our Lansing office will expand our capabilities in serving clients doing business in the region and the state, as well as providing services to clients across the country,” says Charles Lawler, member in charge of Clark Hill’s Lansing office. “Ted, Dominic and Kevin are well known in Lansing and throughout Michigan, and we are delighted that they are joining us.”

Rozeboom’s practice is focused on housing finance with an emphasis on low-income housing tax credits on both the state and federal government level. His practice encompasses affordable housing developments, historic preservation, federal and state historic tax credits, community development and real estate tax exemption.

He earned his bachelor’s degree from Calvin College and his J.D. from George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School.

Rios’ practice is focused on affordable housing, tax law, and business and corporate law. He has represented syndicators, lenders, and developers in all aspects of affordable housing transactions utilizing low-income housing tax credits pursuant to Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code.

He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and his J.D. from Western Michigan University’s (WMU) Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

Roragen’s practice is focused on commercial and real estate transactions and litigation, primarily in the areas of tax credit financing, affordable housing, municipal land use regulation, manufacturing, and oil and gas exploration/development. He has represented real estate developers, municipalities, businesses, professional athletes, charitable organizations, and individuals.

He earned his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and his J.D. from WMU’s Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

“Ted, Dominic, and Kevin are outstanding additions to our national Real Estate team and the firm,” says James Cameron, co-leader of Clark Hill’s real estate practice. “The team adds additional depth in the area of affordable housing finance and development, an area that is of particular interest to our clients.”

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