Corey Levin Joins Honigman in Detroit as Partner in Real Estate Department

Corey Levin has joined the Detroit law firm Honigman as a partner in its real estate department real estate services practice group.
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Corey Levin has joined the Detroit law firm Honigman as a partner in its real estate department real estate services practice group.

Corey Levin has joined the Detroit law firm Honigman as a partner in its real estate department real estate services practice group. Levin will focus his practice on economic and real estate development incentives, business incentives and credits, and sustainability/clean energy tax credits. Advising clients both globally and domestically, Levin’s background is in law, tax, and urban planning. He will work to navigate complex processes to obtain incentives, develop strategies to facilitate real estate development projects, and create equitable partnerships. "We are thrilled to welcome Corey as a partner to our firm," says Richard Barr, co-leader of economic development incentives practice at Honigman. Levin joins Honigman from Ernst & Young, where he was part of the global location investment, credits, and incentives advisory practice. He earned his law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology. During his time there, he earned certificates in environmental and energy law and business law. Additionally, Levin obtained a Bachelor of Arts in urban and regional planning from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Corey Levin

Levin will focus his practice on economic and real estate development incentives, business incentives and credits, and sustainability/clean energy tax credits. Advising clients both globally and domestically, Levin’s background is in law, tax, and urban planning. He will work to navigate complex processes to obtain incentives, develop strategies to facilitate real estate development projects, and create equitable partnerships.

“We are thrilled to welcome Corey as a partner to our firm,” says Richard Barr, co-leader of economic development incentives practice at Honigman.

Levin joins Honigman from Ernst & Young, where he was part of the global location investment, credits, and incentives advisory practice. He earned his law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology. During his time there, he earned certificates in environmental and energy law and business law. Additionally, Levin obtained a Bachelor of Arts in urban and regional planning from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.