Our real estate litigation practice handles the gamut of disputes related to real property including complex development litigation on behalf of developers or investors; lawsuits between purchasers and sellers of real estate; actions on behalf of shopping center owners and tenants; actions among partners or members of partnerships, joint ventures or limited liability companies; title insurance litigation; construction; quiet title actions; boundary and easement disputes; condemnation and eminent domain; environmental disputes; foreclosures; green/sustainable development disputes; liens; restrictive covenants; nuisance, trespass and ejectment claims; storm water claims; homeowner's association or condominium claims; materialmens liens; contract litigation; estates in land; riparian rights; commission disputes; lender liability; forfeitures; cancellation of deeds; specific performance and executive compensation and termination disputes.
This type of litigation involves the following types of property: raw land, office buildings, office parks, shopping centers, industrial property, residential and multi-family housing, subdivisions, hotels and franchise operations. We also have substantial experience in environmental litigation including but not limited to mold and asbestos regarding leased and owned property. We also handle transactional work in real estate and basic private, small business advice including retail, office and industrial leases, basic purchase and sale contracts for real estate, contract negotiation and drafting, and business formation. We are comfortable representing the mortgagor or the mortgagee, the real estate lender or borrower, the landlord or the tenant, contractors, brokers, title agents and other parties. Our goal is to aggressively pursue the most economically valuable result for the client whether that requires mediation, arbitration, trial or any other means of dispute resolution.
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