Attorney Cullen McKinney established solid foundations for his career at Michigan State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Mr. McKinney then acquired his Juris Doctor from the University of Detroit Law School. There, he served as a Case and Comment Editor for the school’s Law Review in addition to working as an intern with a Michigan Supreme Court Justice and a Board Member of the Moot Court. In 1994, Mr. McKinney gained admittance to the State of Michigan Bar, and he also stands as a member of the Bar for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
Today, Cullen McKinney is a founding partner and Litigation Attorney with Tanoury Nauts McKinney & Garbarino, PLLC, in Detroit, Michigan. Recognized in Michigan Lawyers Weekly for his skill in practicing law, Mr. McKinney assists clients in the medical industry, including the Detroit Medical Center, in malpractice suits and cases involving health law. Other areas of law that Mr. McKinney focuses on include automobile, professional, and general negligence, as well as premises and product liability.
As an author, Mr. McKinney wrote “Home Office Deductions and IRC Section 280A: Did Commissioner v. Soliman Really Clear Up the Meaning of ‘Principal Place of Business’?” Moreover, he has written articles in the New York Monthly Digest of Tax Articles and gives presentations regarding professional liability. Today, Mr. McKinney maintains membership with the State Bar of Michigan, Negligence Law Section.
A sports enthusiast, Mr. McKinney enjoys playing golf. He also coaches youth flag football in his free time.