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Grand Rapids Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyer
Gary A. Rowe practices in the areas of automobile negligence, premises liability, environmental law including toxic tort, and other general litigation. In addition, Gary is chair of both the firm's Insurance Litigation Practice Group and Environmental Law Department.
Gary is married to Maggie and they have three daughters: Sara, Jessica, and Ashley.
About Gary A. Rowe
Current Employment Position(s)
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Appellate Law
- Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights
- Business and Corporate Litigation
- Business and Property Law
- Construction Law
- Criminal Law
- Employment Litigation
- Environmental Law
- Estate Planning, Trust and Probate
- Family Law
- Governmental Law
- Health Law
- Insurance Law
- Labor & Employment Law
- Long Term Health Care
- Medical Malpractice Law
- Non-Profit Organization Law
- Product Liability Law
- Professional Liability Law
- Professional Liability Law-Legal
- Transportation and No-Fault Law
- Workers Compensation Law
- Michigan, 1974
- American Bar Association (Tort and Insurance Practice; Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law; Litigation) (Member)
- State Bar of Michigan (Negligence Law; Environmental Law; Law Practice Management) (Member)
- Grand Rapids Bar Association
- Michigan Defense Trial Counsel
Pro Bono Activities
- Legal Aid of Western Michigan, Board Member, 1985 - 1997
- Legal Aid of Western Michigan, President, 1994 - 1996
- University of Michigan Law School at Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1974
- University of Michigan, 1971
100 Monroe Center NW Grand Rapids, MI 49503- 2802
- (616) 774-2761
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