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Gregory J. Fioritto is a partner with the firm. He graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor with High Distinction in 1997, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and received numerous honors, including Phi Beta Kappa and recognition as an Angell Scholar. Mr. Fioritto earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School in 2000. He joined the firm in 2003 and has spent nearly his entire legal career practicing in the field of condominium and community association law.


Mr. Fioritto has extensive experience in virtually every facet of condominium law, including the collection of assessments, lien foreclosures, bylaw enforcement, master deed and bylaw amendments, condominium conversions and FHA certification issues. He is also well-versed in the many developer-related matters that affect associations, including the application of the Condominium Act to “unfinished” condominium projects and the enforcement of association rights in developer disputes. Mr. Fioritto routinely attends board and association meetings, and has a particular interest in educating co-owners and board members on the many benefits of the proper application and use of parliamentary procedure at meetings. He has also lectured on condominium-related topics at seminars sponsored by the Community Associations Institute (CAI).

In addition to community association law, Mr. Fioritto has experience with commercial and residential real estate transactions and small business formation (including corporations and limited liability companies).

He currently resides in Farmington Hills, Michigan and enjoys spending his free time with his two sons, as well as vacationing up north in the state’s “thumb area.”


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