Kenneth L. Gross

Ken Gross is the Firm’s Managing Shareholder and co-founding shareholder. Ken graduated with high distinction from Wayne State University in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in accounting. He received his law degree also from Wayne State University, Cum Laude, in 1982.

Ken has an exclusive business based practice devoted to corporate transactions, health law, tax, real estate and complex commercial litigation. He has an accounting and tax background and practice areas include: commercial contracts, business acquisitions and transfers, non-compete/trade secret claims, shareholder disputes, negotiable instruments, health care provider representation, health, life and disability insurance claims, financing, asset protection, real estate, and debtor work-out matters.

Ken was named a 2006, 2017, and 2018 Michigan Super Lawyer. He is a member of the United States Tax Court and represents clients in litigation and business matters throughout the United States. He has also published on the subject of real estate financing. Ken is a columnist for a local publication, makes frequent TV guest appearances and is often found as a guest editorialist in the region’s major news publications. In 2011, Ken was named as one of the 25 Leaders in the Law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly.

In 2008, in the midst of the collapse of the U.S. Economy, Ken started the Financial Crisis Talk Center TV and Radio Show. With the recession having become old news, the name of the show was changed to Law & Reality. The show airs on TV50 in Metro Detroit at 8:00 AM on Sundays and 5:00 AM on Tuesdays. He is also the Co-Host of Law and Reality Live which airs as a radio show Tuesdays at 11:30 am on WPZR 102.7 FM and Sundays at 7:00 am on KISS Fm 105.9.

Ken and the Thav Gross Team are recognized for having created the discipline of Financial Crisis Management – to bring together in one setting all of the skills needed to provide the most comprehensive and creative solutions for individual and businesses facing financial hardship. Ken recently published DUMP YOUR DEBT – “So your income goes in the bank and not to the bank.” The book, published by OPT Books is a hands-on guide to financial crisis issues.