Ryan Lamb is a member of the firm’s Business and Tax Practice Group, where he primarily practices business and tax law, immigration, real estate, estate planning, and franchise services. Ryan possesses unique expertise in franchise law where he assists franchisors with registration throughout the U.S. and the development and maintenance of their franchise distribution systems.
In the area of immigration law, Ryan advises and represents domestic and foreign clients in both business and personal immigration matters, providing services to domestic corporations, employers of foreign national employees, executives, institutions of higher education and individuals. He is a frequent speaker on this topic, having presented seminars to trade organizations and employer groups including Employer Compliance and Sanctions in Immigration.
Ryan also represents a variety of businesses in ownership, general operation, contracts and tax matters, with particular expertise in the creation and representation of condominium developments and their corresponding associations.
In addition, he counsels individuals wishing to utilize gift leveraging techniques, family limited partnerships and family limited liability companies in meeting their estate planning goals.
University of Notre Dame Law School, J.D., 1999
Michigan State University, B.A., Finance, 1996
Bar and Court Admissions:
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan