Real Estate Litigation

We possess years of experience handling real estate lawsuits, appeals, and binding arbitration hearings. Our experience includes simple cases and complex multi-week bench and jury trials. If your case has to go to trial, there is no substitute for a trial lawyer who has years of experience selecting juries, conducting witness examinations, and making persuasive closing arguments.

The industries in which we have represented clients in real estate litigation include:

  • Office Buildings
  • Medical and Plastic Surgery Offices
  • Industrial, Warehouse, and Commercial
  • Retail Stores and Shopping Centers
  • Residential and Multi-Family Properties
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Public-Private Real Estate Projects
  • Shooting Sports Facilities
  • Residential Tract Housing Development
  • Municipal Redevelopment

Examples of real estate lawsuits we have handled include:

  • Breach of Purchase and Sale Contracts
  • Real Estate Fraud (Deceptive Statements of Failure to Disclose Important Information)
  • Breach of Promissory Notes Secured by Real Estate
  • Mortgage Loan and Deed of Trust
  • Broker – Agent Liability
  • Judicial Foreclosure
  • Application of Anti-Deficiency Laws and Priority of Lien Issues
  • The Failure to Disclose Real Property Conditions or Material Financial Information
  • Specific Performance Actions (to require a party to perform its contract)
  • Injunctive Relief (a court order to stop conduct)
  • Trespass
  • Private and Public Nuisance
  • Lease Litigation and Evictions
  • Breach of Lease Terms
  • Ground Lease Litigation
  • Lease Audit Disputes
  • Real Estate Loan Litigation
  • Loan Fraud
  • Wrongful Foreclosure
  • Predatory Lending
  • Adverse Possession
  • Easements (both written easements and claims for prescriptive easements)
  • Encroachments and Other Adjoining Landowner Disputes
  • Soil Subsidence
  • Construction Litigation
  • CC&R Litigation
  • Title Insurance Claims
  • Landowner Premises Liability Claims for Personal Injuries
  • Ellis Act Litigation (landlords seek to remove units from rent control)
  • Partition (disputes between multiple owners)
  • Eminent Domain
  • Disputes Over Options and Rights of First Refusal
If you wish to discuss how we may be of assistance, please feel free to Contact Us.