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The addition of D. Douglas (“Doug”) Alexander to the firm has brought two of the foremost authorities on Michigan condominium law under one roof, and even though Doug and Mark Makower were technically competitors for decades, their years of mutual respect has made this new association almost inevitable.

Doug earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics at the University of Michigan in 1975. He then enrolled in the Wayne State University School of Law, and graduated in 1978 before working as an associate in a small firm. In 1980, he went into practice for himself, focusing immediately on real estate law and, more particularly, community association law. The practice grew in leaps and bounds. eventually employing ten attorneys and six support staff and representing over 700 associations, cooperatives, homeowner, lake and property owner associations throughout Michigan.

Doug has successfully litigated cases involving complex construction defects, collection matters, violations of restrictions, and has written or amended more than 200 sets of community association documents. He is a member of the Real Property Law and Master Lawyers Sections of the State Bar of Michigan, and has lectured before the University of Michigan’s Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Lorman Seminars, the National Business Institute and the Michigan Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. He has also drafted portions of the Michigan Condominium Act and has authored numerous articles on condominium and community association law.

   
   
 
     
     
 


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