Corey Grandmaison is the newest edition to the firm, and he comes to us with almost two decades of hard-fought legal experience. Corey is an associate in the Property Management Section of the firm and has also been brought on to handle bankruptcy matters, civil litigation and real property issues. He graduated from Saginaw Valley State University with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science (summa cum laude) in 2000, and obtained his Juris Doctorate from Wayne State University Law School in 2003. While in law school, he was a student representative for the American Bar Association, and was a member of both the International Law (JESSUP) and standard Moot Court teams.
Corey cut his teeth litigating in Southeast Michigan for firms specializing in bankruptcy, creditor's rights, real estate, insurance defense, and commercial disputes. In 2010 family and opportunity led him back to Mid-Michigan, as he joined the largest firm north of the Detroit-Metro area. In 2014, Corey began his own firm as a “word-of-mouth” attorney taking on difficult cases for entrepreneurs and business owners across the region. Some of his accomplishments during this time included securing $1.5 Million in bankruptcy distributions for two Chinese sporting goods manufacturers, and getting a “no cause of action” verdict for a trucking company emerging from bankruptcy.
Corey is also a natural teacher. As an adjunct professor of Political Science and Constitutional Law, Corey has taught undergraduate college students for ten semesters. Related to Swistak & Levine client needs, he also created and presented materials for Landlord-Tenant seminars with Lorman Education Services for four years.
Corey is admitted in good standing to the State Bar of Michigan (2003), the Eastern District of Michigan (and Bankruptcy Court), the Western District of Michigan (and Bankruptcy Court), the Western District of New York, and the Sixth, Second and Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Please contact Corey by email at firstname.lastname@example.org