Real Estate & Construction Disputes

Real Estate Disputes

Our firm provides vigorous representation in a wide range of real estate disputes. Many of our clients have landlord-tenant issues involving commercial and residential leases and rental agreements. Whenever possible, our attorneys attempt to resolve these disputes via mediation or another form of alternative dispute resolution. If they are unable to achieve a satisfactory resolution outside the courtroom, however, our attorneys will aggressively litigate the matter to achieve the best outcome for our client.

Many of our clients rely on our experienced legal assistance in the realm of contractual disputes. Real estate contracts, especially commercial contracts, can be particularly complex in their drafting and procedural execution. Our attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of state and federal contract law in the context of real estate agreements and can provide a concise and compelling argument in support of a client's contractual intent.

Construction Disputes

Our construction law practice draws on our decades of experience assisting clients in the full scope of construction law matters, including drafting contracts, claims, contractor hearings, construction defects, and other areas of construction litigation.

Our firm provides services to both plaintiffs and defendants in construction litigation, including surety defense and insurance defense. Whether our attorneys are representing developers, builders, or homeowners, they conduct a thorough analysis and investigation of all the critical issues, frequently consulting qualified experts in the construction field. In addition, the breadth of our areas of expertise gives our firm the capabilities and experience to handle complex construction disputes overlapping into other areas of commercial, real estate, and corporate law.

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