When complications arise in the course of commercial real estate or construction, we draw on our deep experience in real estate law to confidently and competently advance our clients’ interests.
The worlds of commercial real estate and construction are contentious. Disputes are not uncommon. Our clients come to us because they need experienced lawyers who can negotiate a cost-effective outcome and, if necessary, represent them aggressively at trial.
We have tried and won a broad spectrum of real estate related cases, including eminent domain cases, and our lawyers also have extensive experience in construction related cases.
When businesses in this arena need an effective advocate who can speak their language and get the job done, we are here to provide the business-minded legal counseling and representation they need.
Our approach includes:
- Working closely with Parker Hudson’s Real Estate Transactions practice group on complex cases, as well as the firm’s many other litigation practice groups as needed
- Proposing practical resolutions, keeping in mind not only your litigation goals but also your broader business goals and cost concerns
- Leveraging our credibility in this field to convey a message to your opposing parties about the seriousness of your aims and the credentials of your counsel
- Making our team of experienced lawyers available to you for ongoing support and counseling in “plain English,” free from legalese, without compromising the inherent complexities that define real estate and construction law
- Offering the same depth of experience as larger law firms but rates that are more beneficial to the client
The Real Estate Litigation team at Parker Hudson represents commercial property owners, landlords, general contractors, subcontractors, real estate developers, investors, and brokers.
- Eminent domain
- Contractor/subcontractor disputes
- Commercial construction disputes
- Residential real estate disputes
- Breach of contract
- Breach of promissory notes
- Breach of developer agreements
- Unpaid debts or obligations
- Contract enforcement (buy/sell agreements, security enforcement, etc.)
- Specific enforcement / Injunctive relief
- Liens and Foreclosures
- Commercial landlord / tenant disputes
- Dispossessory proceedings
- Property damage claims
- Commission disputes
- Zoning matters
- Denial of permits
- Ad valorem tax appeals
- Title suits (in both state and federal court)
- Surety suits
- AIA contracts
- Alternative Dispute Resolution (arbitration, mediation)
- Defective products & materials (in both state and federal court)
- Complex or obscure real estate issues