517.374.2703 info@rwca.com
Melissa D. Reitz

Melissa D. Reitz (formerly Cupp)

Melissa joined the firm in 1999. Following a year as a policy analyst and registered lobbyist at the firm, Melissa has spent the past 21 years honing her Certificate of Need drafting skills, immersing herself in CON regulations and other State regulatory frameworks, and building important relationships within the State. Melissa D. Reitz is recognized as an expert in Certificate of Need in Michigan.

Melissa enjoys traveling and cheering on her children in their many athletic ventures.  She and her husband Mark live in Rocky River with their 3 children, Lilly, Allison, and Luke and their dog Henry.

Bachelors from Western Michigan University in 1999.
Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law.

Contact Info

Melissa D. Reitz
RWC Advocacy
106 W. Allegan Street, Suite 600
Lansing, MI 48933
517.374.2703 (office)
517.749.9503 (cell)



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