FisherBroyles is pleased to announce the recent addition of Michael S. Khoury as a new partner in the firm’s Detroit office. Michael’s expertise bolsters the firm’s existing practices in the areas of business and technology transactions.
“The addition of Michael Khoury to our Detroit office adds to our depth in core strategic areas,” said James Fisher, II, Co-Founder and Co-Managing Partner of FisherBroyles. Kevin Broyles, the firm’s other Co-Founder and Co-Managing Partner, observed that “the firm’s clients will benefit from having a stronger presence in the Michigan market, which is an area targeted for growth by our firm.”
Michael S. Khoury
Michael is a business lawyer with over 30 years of experience. He focuses his practice on commercial, business and technology matters and corporate law. Michael has been involved in transactions of various sizes and complexity, including mergers and acquisitions such as representing software and technology companies in the sale of the companies and assisting growing companies in the commercialization of products and services. On behalf of the users of technology, he is heavily involved with transactions to acquire technology and to license intellectual property.
Michael’s proficiencies include software licensing and development agreements, data privacy and security, domestic and international distribution agreements, outsourcing, intellectual property and commercial transactions. Michael has been recognized by several groups and publications, including the Best Lawyers in America, Michigan Super Lawyer Magazine and as a DBusiness Magazine Top Lawyer. As part of his recognition by Best Lawyers in America for 2017, Michael is being recognized as the 2017 Information Technology Law “Lawyer of the Year” for Detroit, which is awarded to only a single lawyer in each practice area and community.
Michael is also an author who is regularly published, including his Technology Corner column in the Michigan Business Law Journal, and is a contributing author to the treatise “Michigan Contract Law.” He often speaks at regional and national conferences.
Lisa Carroll, the firm’s Detroit Office Managing Partner, remarked that “Michael’s extensive and broad experience adds a new layer of expertise of breadth and depth to the firm’s corporate, privacy and security, technology and international teams. We are delighted that Michael has joined the vanguard of Law Firm 2.0®.”
He is admitted to practice in Michigan. Prior to joining FisherBroyles, Michael was a partner at Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer & Weiss and Clark Hill, as well has having in-house positions with a publicly traded software company as its VP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary and with a major automotive company.