We are pleased to announce David M. Revore has joined the firm as a partner. David received his Juris Doctor from Michigan State University-College of Law (2004) where he earned academic honors in Law Practice Management and recognition in Labor Arbitration. David graduated from Western Michigan University (B.A.).

David serves as Marshall City Attorney and Grand Ledge City Attorney, in addition to several townships and other municipal authorities. David is a past member of the Marshall City Council, Zoning Board of Appeals and Planning Commission. David has been an adjunct professor at Michigan State University – College of Law, since Fall Semester 2019. David’s practice area includes Municipal & local government law, marijuana law, civil state and federal court litigation, zoning/land use, tax tribunal, ordinance and traffic enforcement, labor arbitration and mediation, labor & employment and human resource law for public and private sector employer, public school law, and employer internal investigations. David frequently presents on marijuana law, public labor, employment and human resource law, Open Meetings Act, Freedom of Information Act, tax tribunal appeals, and zoning and law enforcement matters.

David is admitted to practice in Michigan and various federal district courts. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, and several sections: Marijuana Law, Public Corporations, Administrative & Regulatory, Labor & Employment Law, and Alternative Dispute Resolution sections. David is a member of the Federal Bar Association, Ingham County, Kalamazoo County, and Calhoun Bar Associations.

Before joining McGinty Hitch, David formed Revore Law Firm and was a shareholder with the Thrun Law Firm, P.C. Prior to entering private practice, David served in law enforcement and earned the distinction of Michigan State FOP Peace Officer of the Year, Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police Medal of Honor, Medal for Bravery, and the Sheriff’s Award for Excellence. In addition, he received recognition from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the DEA. David is a past-president of the Kalamazoo Area Fraternal Order of Police.

David and his wife Mandy live in the Marshall area where they are active in the community, hiking, biking, and SCUBA diving throughout the region.