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   3Kenneth W. BeallLansing(517) 482-2400kwbeall@loomislaw.comkwbeall@loomislaw.comLoomis Ewert Parsley Davis & Gotting PCwww.loomislaw.comwww.loomislaw.combeallkenneth.jpgPublic Finance LawReal Estate Law: CommercialReal Estate Law: FinanceReal Estate Law: TaxAffordable HousingReal Estate LawCondemnation LawLitigationBanking & Bankruptcy Law
Kenneth W.
Loomis Ewert Parsley Davis & Gotting PC
124 W Allegan St Ste 700
Lansing MI 48933
Ph.(517) 482-2400 Fx.(517) 853-8689Leading Lawyers Magazine story about this lawyer
Recommended by peers in:    Extensive Experience in:
Public Finance Law    Affordable Housing
Real Estate Law: Commercial    Real Estate Law
Real Estate Law: Finance     Condemnation Law
Real Estate Law: Tax     Litigation
    Banking & Bankruptcy Law
Advisory Board Member
County:  Ingham
Practice Description:  
Mr. Beall practices extensively in all aspects of real estate and commercial transactions, with a special emphasis on low income, historic, New Markets and Brownfield tax credits; and other real estate development, incentives, syndications and organizations. Among his clients are tax credit investors, real estate developers, financial institutions and various managers of hundreds of multi-family, commercial and hotel properties. Mr. Beall is experienced in finance, lending; and business acquisitions and restructuring.

He dedicates significant time to the mid-Michigan community, including serving as the 2007 board chairman for Capital Area United Way and on the board of directors for Impression 5 Science Center. He is a former member of the Governor's Task Force on Downtown Revitalization - Lansing Committee. He currently serves on the National Leadership Council for the Michigan State University College of Music.

Mr. Beall joined the Loomis Law Firm in 1975 after earning his law degree at Duke University. He is listed in the 2007 -2014 editions of Best Lawyers in America, as well as the 2007-2012 editions of Michigan Super Lawyers for real estate law, tax and banking.

Bar Admissions:  
U.S. Tax Court

Law School:  Duke University School of Law, J.D., 1975

Law School Honors/Involvement:  Managing Editor, Duke Legal Research Program

Undergraduate School:  Michigan State University, B.A, 1972

Undergraduate School Honors/Involvement:  Magna cum laude

Bar/Professional Association Involvement:  
American Bar Association
  Taxation Section
  Real Estate Section
  Forum for Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
  State and Local Tax Committee
Ingham County Bar Association
Member, Michigan Historic Preservation Network

Awards; Honors; Distinctions:
Best Lawyers in America, Real Estate Law, 2007-2014
Real Estate Law, Michigan Super Lawyers, Real Estate Law, 2007-2012
Recipient, Walter A. Campbell Award for sustained service and leadership in volunteerism, 2001

Community Involvement:  
Past director, Impression Five Science Museum
Past board member, Industrial Development Institute, Michigan State University
Past member, Governor's Task Force on Downtown Revitalization, Lansing Committee

Legal Lectures:  
  Federal Bar Association
  ABA Conference on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
  Michigan Historic Preservation Network
  Institute for Professional and Executive Development
  Institute for Continuing Legal Education
  Michigan Housing Council
  Michigan Bar Association
  Michigan Rural Development Council
  Ingham County Bar Association

Firm Description:  
The Loomis Law Firm is committed to providing expert, innovative and cost-effective solutions to complex legal problems. For over 60 years, we have served as trusted advisors to Michigan businesses from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, helping them navigate the challenges of an ever-changing legal, regulatory and business environment. We have successfully forged new partnerships and working relationships between businesses, individuals and federal, state and local governments to accomplish our clients' objectives.

When disputes arise, we are vigorous and effective advocates in all aspects of alternative dispute resolution - including arbitration and mediation - before state and federal courts, administrative agencies and tribunals.

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