Real Estate & Construction Litigation

The practice of real estate litigation concerns real estate properties and projects of a wide variety such as residential buildings, office space, retail centers, hotels, industrial complexes, and specialty properties. Litigation can arise in any aspect of these projects including acquisition, financing, development, construction, property management and leasing. The disputes can be as varied as the parties and the projects themselves.Practitioners may find themselves in state, federal, or bankruptcy courts, or, particularly in construction disputes, in arbitration.

Common Areas Include:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Non-Disclosure of Property Deficiencies
  • Contractor Disputes
  • Liability Disputes

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