Todd W. Grant
     M.H.S.A., J.D.

     Ann Arbor, Michigan

     (734) 657-4028       










Legal Accomplishments

2014-2020: Senior Attorney, Cavanaugh & Quesada, PLC, Royal Oak

2002-2014: Associate Attorney, Richard E. Segal & Associates, P.C., West Bloomfield
  • Civil litigation in a variety of circuit and district courts.
2000-2002: Assistant City Attorney, City of River Rouge. Contracted through Martin E. Crandall & Associates, P.C., Dearborn Heights
  • Nuisance abatement litigation in Wayne County Circuit Court; real estate, zoning, and planning matters; other municipal law matters.
1999-2000: Associate Attorney, Cook, Goetz, Rogers & Lukey, P.C., Bloomfield Hills
  • Work on a variety of corporate healthcare law and employment law matters.
1996-1997: Associate General Counsel, Great Lakes Health Plan, Southfield
  • Work on provider contracts; fraud and abuse; Stark I & II; and employment matters.
1993-1996: Sole Practitioner, Ann Arbor
  • Focus on divorce and family law, with an emphasis on division of property, money, and retirement benefits; custody and visitation disputes; and paternity suits.
1992: Associate Attorney, Cox & Hodgman, PC, Troy
  • Healthcare and employment law.


Executive Management and Consulting Accomplishments

1983-1988: Assistant Hospitals Director, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo

1979-1983: Hospital Planner, University of Michigan Hospitals, Ann Arbor
  • Market assessment and program development using multivariate statistical analyses, focus groups, financial analyses, and analyses of technical literature. Example: my market positioning study for the Department of Radiation Therapy justified spending $6,145,000 and avoided the need to buy two linear accelerators at a cost of $800,000 each.

  • Cut in half a new Diagnostic Radiology program: assembled a negotiating team that trimmed a Magnetic Resonance Imaging program from 4,500 to 2,400 net square feet and reached agreement of all parties.

  • Staff lead for obtaining Certificate of Need ("C.O.N.") approval for ten capital projects totaling $28,400,000, including an emergency helicopter service.

  • Analyzed and interpreted the operating impact of health planning laws and regulations from state and local planning agencies.

  • Replacement Hospital Project: functional and space programming for $285 million of construction. Staffed the major design and strategic decision-making committee for this construction. Facilitated work groups of physicians, other health care professionals, architects, engineers, and other consultants in designing five medical departments: Emergency, Radiation Therapy, Nuclear Medicine, Neurology, and Urology.
1983: Consultant, Planned Parenthood of Mid-Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • Completed market study and C.O.N. application for replacement facility, while employed at the University of Michigan Hospitals.
1979: Consultant, Catherine McAuley Health Center, Ann Arbor
  • Identified target population and performed cost-benefit analysis (using medical literature research, operations research techniques, and statistical and financial analyses) to save 20 to 45 lives a year through a county-wide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation ("CPR") program, which, in its first 2 years alone, trained over 10,000 lay people.