Robin D. Ferriby is the vice president of philanthropic services for the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan.
He is a past shareholder of Berry Moorman P.C. and a former senior associate at Clark Hill PLC. Mr. Ferriby serves on the Legislative and Regulatory Action Team of the Community Foundation Leadership Team of the Council of Foundations. In this capacity, he provides comment on federal legislation and regulation affecting charitable giving and tax exempt organizations. He is also a member of the Council of the Probate and Estate Planning Section of the State Bar of Michigan where he chairs the charitable giving and tax exempt organization committee. Past legislative involvement includes being a co-author of the repeal of the Michigan inheritance tax, testifying on the repeal of the Michigan intangibles tax, and significant participation in the drafting and passage of the Michigan Estates and Protected Individuals Code (the probate code).
He is a member of the Probate and Estate Planning and Taxation Sections of the State Bar of Michigan and the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law and Taxation Sections of the American Bar Association. He is a frequent lecturer and author on the topics of estate planning, estate and gift tax planning, charitable organizations and planned giving.
In March, he was appointed as Secretary/Treasurer of AdNet. He is currently work on the "Brutal Facts" ad hoc committee for the Community Foundation Leadership Team of the Council of Foundations.
Mr. Ferriby graduated from the University of Detroit School of Law and Michigan State University.
Take I-75 south to Detroit. Just north of downtown, I-75 splits into I-375. Take I-375 to West Jefferson exit. Proceed west on Jefferson through several lights, keeping right...
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