Real Estate Litigation
Successfully resolving complex real estate disputes often requires a double-barreled approach: knowledge of the law and knowledge of the real estate business. Our attorneys know this area of law and its interwoven fabric of statutes, case law and regulations. We also possess extensive knowledge of the real estate and construction industries, their unique standards, characteristics and practices, and the complex issues that lead to disputes.
We are highly effective at resolving disputes through settlement negotiations, mediation and arbitration. But when disputes cannot be resolved through these channels, our experience and hard line pursuit of our clients’ rights in the courtroom set us apart from other firms. Our seasoned litigators and decades of trial experience before courts and administrative agencies give our clients a distinct advantage.
Our experience of real estate, including:
- Commercial leases
- Land use
- Lien priority
- Title insurance defense and coverage
The harm occurred can be physical, mental, or even financial. Personal Injury suits are typically resolved in one of two ways: through a formal lawsuit, or through informal, out-of-court negotiations between the parties involved. There is often a time limit for when one person can file a claim against another for personal injury. This is known as the Statute of Limitations. Typically, the deadline to file a claim is 2 years after the injury occurred. However, there are instances in which an injury is not properly identified until years later, in which case the statute of limitations is 1 year after the injury was identified.