Kevin P. Fularczyk


Kevin P. Fularczyk provides clients with strategic counseling, business and legal advice regarding commercial, real estate and construction contracts, business transactions, business torts, shareholder and partnership matters, disputes within homeowners and condominium associations, will and trust contests, and disputed estate litigation. He has tried and arbitrated numerous jury and non-jury cases and prosecuted related appeals in state and federal courts.

Kevin’s interest in litigation arose after he was part of a litigation team that defended an aircraft manufacturer in a mass tort case. Seeing the bonds formed in the trenches of high-stakes litigation made him love the practice.

Kevin enjoys passing his extensive knowledge of the law on to the next generation. He has judged mock trials for law schools and the Lee County High School competition. He also participates in Florida's Justice Teaching program, which makes attorneys available to local schools to assist with teaching law and civics.

Professional History

  • Partner, Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP, 2010-present; Of Counsel, 2008-09.
  • Associate, Garvin & Tripp P.A., 2004-08.
  • Associate and Partner, Dykema Gossett, PLLC, 1989-2003.
  • Certified Florida Circuit Court Mediator, November 2009.



Kevin was born in Detroit and enjoys spending time in Michigan hiking, boating, skiing and mountain biking.



Wayne State University, J.D., 1989

Honors & Activities: Wayne Law Review, Editor; Local Chapter, Federalist Society, Founding Member


University of Michigan, B.A., 1985

Memberships & Affiliations

Florida Bar Association, 20th Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee, Chair, 2017-18


American Bar Association, Member


Michigan Bar Association, Member


Lee County Bar Association, Member


Calusa Inns of Court

Bar Admissions

State of Florida, 2004


State of Michigan, 1989


U.S. District Courts for the Middle and Southern Districts of Florida and the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan; U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Sixth and Eleventh Circuits