Robert Hamor provides value-added representation for clients in the areas of for-profit and non-profit corporate transactions and governance, commercial real estate, and related litigation matters. Known for his responsiveness and no-nonsense advice, Robert zealously represents his clients relating to:
the formation, governance, and development of businesses entities;
contract negotiation, drafting, implementation, and enforcement;
real estate matters such as leases, purchase agreements, environmental compliance, and enforcement of property-related contracts;
construction contracts and disputes;
government compliance in regulated industries;
and buying and selling businesses.
Robert graduated in the top 3% of his class from Western Michigan University – Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Magna Cum Laude, with multiple certificates of achievement. Robert was a guest speaker at the 2011 American Bar Association Mid-Year Event lecturing on the housing crisis and its effects on communities of color, and was the co-author of several publications and amici briefs including Ter Beek v. Wyoming, a case involving the interplay of zoning ordinances and the emerging field of medical marijuana.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Robert was involved with and ran several real estate and finance companies with a focus on commercial real estate transactions. This real-world experience enables Robert to understand the practical needs of his clients while protecting them from legal – and practical – pitfalls.
Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D., magna cum laude
Bar and Court Admissions
Bar and Court Admissions:
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan