Nick Winters joins Honigman’s Real Estate Department

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Bloomfield Hills, MI (August 10, 2022) – Honigman LLP is pleased to announce Nick Winters has joined as a Partner in its Real Estate Department. Winters supports his clients in real estate matters in various industries, with significant experience in leasing, telecommunications, electric vehicles, and the resolution of complex title and survey issues. He focuses on developing long-term relationships with his clients so that he can understand, protect, and advance their priorities.

Winters understands that not all clients' priorities are identical and that each client has its own specific objectives and tolerances for risks in a transaction. He strives to avoid "cookie cutter" and "one-size-fits-all" approaches to representing his clients and negotiating agreements on their behalf, understanding that it is important to communicate with and carefully listen to his clients in order to determine what is most important to them.

“We are very excited to welcome Nick to our firm,” said Adam Rothstein, Co-Chair of Honigman’s Real Estate Department. “He brings outstanding experience to our team and strengthens our ability to provide the highest quality services to our clients.”

Winters joins Honigman from Dykema, where he served as Senior Counsel in its Real Estate and Commercial Leasing Practice. He earned his J.D. from Wayne State University in 2006 and his B.A. from Bob Jones University in 2003.

About Honigman
Honigman is an Am Law 200 full-service, general business law firm with more than 330 attorneys across the country in Chicago, Michigan (Ann Arbor, Bloomfield Hills, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and Lansing), and our newest office in Washington, D.C. Our lawyers counsel clients on complex issues in more than 60 areas of law. For more information, visit 


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