Corey Grandmaison's practice focuses on litigation with an emphasis in the bankruptcy, collections, commercial, and real estate practice areas.
Corey has represented debtors, creditors, and Chapter 7 trustees in the United States Bankruptcy Courts throughout the State of Michigan and Northern Ohio. Mr. Grandmaison has also represented local, national and international lending institutions in the state and federal trial courts in Michigan. Corey regularly advises corporate clients on bankruptcy and debt collection matters, and provides legal assistance to residential property managers and condominium associations.
Mr. Grandmaison has received special recognition from the Eastern District of Michigan Bankruptcy Court for his participation in the Court's Pro Bono Program. Mr. Grandmaison's amicus brief on behalf of a Michigan school district has been cited by the Michigan Association for Justice to prevent legislation overturning the Michigan Supreme Court ruling in Ostroth v Warren Regency, 747 Mich 36 (2006).
In addition to providing legal services with the Firm, Mr. Grandmaison is also an Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Saginaw Valley State University.