Mr. Logan's areas of practice include business and corporate law, commercial transactions, licensing and real property.
His practice has particular emphasis in representing clients in the automotive, gaming, manufacturing, and specialty chemical industries. Mr. Logan serves as an extension of the in-house counsel function for several institutional clients, representing them in a variety of commercial transactions including joint ventures, technology exchanges and joint development activities, licensing matters, various supply and distribution arrangements, as well as assisting in the acquisition, leasing and disposition of real estate. Mr. Logan also assists closely-held businesses in the full spectrum of corporate services including corporate formation, governance, and dissolution, succession planning and shareholder dispute resolution, and employment matters.
Prior to joining Howard & Howard, Mr. Logan served as assistant general counsel at Enthone Inc., where he drafted and negotiated various agreements, including commercial supply agreements, equipment sales and leasing arrangements, product consignment, agent/distributorship and joint development and licensing agreements. Mr. Logan also counseled and advised management and the human resources director in employment matters, including pre-employment, civil rights, wrongful discharge, and termination. He also assisted corporate executives in obtaining travel visas in the United States and abroad, as well as managed and directed outside counsel in litigation matters.
Mr. Logan received a B.A. from Loyola University Chicago in 1992, where his honors include membership in Phi Alpha Theta (History Honors Society) and the Dean's List for four years. Mr. Logan obtained his J.D. from the Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University in 1998 and was on the Academic Dean's List as well as a semi-finalist in the Oral Advocacy/Brief Writing Competition.