Honigman Announces New Real Estate Department Leadership
Honigman LLP is pleased to announce that J. Adam Rothstein and Lowell D. Salesin have been named co-chairs of the firm’s Real Estate department. Rothstein and Salesin both previously served as department vice chairs. In addition, Joel M. Krugel has been named vice chair and administrative partner of the department. The appointments follow the retirement of the department’s former chair of 20 years, Lawrence D. McLaughlin.
“Honigman’s storied Real Estate department was the cornerstone on which this firm was built,” said David Foltyn, Honigman Chairman and CEO. “This new leadership comes at an exciting time, as Detroit continues to revitalize and develop at an exceptional rate and our Real Estate practice continues to grow nationally. Adam, Lowell, and Joel lead a team of experienced attorneys with a wide array of niche specialties making our Real Estate department a one stop shop for our clients.”
Rothstein has a practice that involves all aspects of real estate transactions, with a particular emphasis on the retail and hospitality industries. He has built a national reputation and a national client base. Rothstein earned his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.
Salesin is an acknowledged leader in the real estate industry in Michigan and nationally. He serves as lead counsel for REITs and some of the largest private real estate owners and operators in the country. Salesin earned his J.D., with high honors, from George Washington Law School.
Krugel’s practice encompasses all aspects of real estate law, with a particular focus on the retail real estate industry. He also serves as leader of the Lending and Finance practice group. Krugel earned his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.
Honigman’s Real Estate department has helped to transform skylines, communities and economies since 1948. Continuously ranked for 16 years in the top tier in Michigan by Chambers USA, Honigman's team of 60 real estate attorneys has handled transactions in all 50 states. From 2017 to 2018, the real estate team handled nearly 1,900 transactions with a total deal value of more than $30.1 billion.