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John F. Calvin is an associate attorney of the Firm. John earned his law degree from The University of Michigan Law School, where he served on the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, after graduating Summa Cum Laude from Wayne State University. Upon graduating from law school, John joined the Firm and has focused his practice on collections, litigation, foreclosures, bankruptcy, covenant enforcement, receiverships, fair housing/civil rights complaints, landlord/tenant issues, and on the interpretation of community association documents.


While he wears many different hats around the firm, including being the point man for technology issues, John is probably best known for his litigation skills, which have earned him the distinction of being named a "Rising Star" for 2016 by Super Lawyer's Magazine.

John and his wife, Nicole, have a son and two daughters and reside in West Bloomfield.


  • The University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 2010

  • Wayne State University, B.A., 2008


  • Admitted to Michigan Bar (2011)

  • Admitted to the Eastern District of Michigan, Federal Courts


  • “Taking Advantage of Technology,” Spring, 2015, homeowner association group seminar

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