Michael Lebenbom Of Counsel Rolf Goffman Martin Lang LLP

Email: mlebenbom@lrhealthlaw.com
Phone: (248) 362-9699

Michael Lebenbom

Of Counsel

Michael Lebenbom is a principal in the law firm of Lebenbom & Rothman, P.C. in Detroit, Michigan. The firm has proudly served as legal counsel to the Health Care Association of Michigan (HCAM) for over 50 years.

After grauduating from the University of Detroit School of Law in 1992, Mr. Lebenbom began representing the long term care industry throughout the State of Michigan.

Mr. Lebenbom has appeared before the Federal Court, the Michigan Court of Appeals and numerous Circuit, District and administrative courts around the State of Michigan, including appearances before 57 different County Probate Courts across the State.

In 2013 Mr. Lebenbom testified before the Michigan Senate concerning legislation allowing Guardians to authorize Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders in the nursing home setting, under limited circumstances. Mr. Lebenbom was instrumental in the drafting and passing of this legislation.

Mr. Lebenbom represents the long term care industry in a wide variety of matters including: long term care collection matters; Medicaid eligibility issues; Guardianships, Conservatorships, and Decedent’s Estates; counseling assisted living facilities with regard to licensure investigations and unbundling procedures, State and Federal investigations and regulatory compliance; corporate and limited liability company law; employment litigation, and a host of other issues.

Bar & Court Admissions

Mr. Lebenbom is admitted to practice law in any state court in:

  • Michigan

Education

University of Detroit School of Law Juris Doctor

Professional Affiliations

Mr. Lebenbom is a member of the following organizations:

Speaking Engagements

Mr. Lebenbom has presented numerous times over the years for the following organizations:

  • Health Care Association of Michigan
  • Michigan Center for Assisted Living
  • Michigan Institute of Continuing Legal Education concerning Medicaid eligibility issues in the long term care setting