Real Estate Litigation

Haynes and Boone’s Real Estate Litigation Practice Group assists clients in resolving the real estate-related disputes they face on a daily basis. Our lawyers have the knowledge and experience to counsel clients on risks, to seek resolutions that avoid costly litigation, and, if necessary, to aggressively pursue our clients’ rights in both state and federal court as well as in arbitrations, mediations, and other forums for dispute resolution.

We also regularly work with lawyers in other practice areas within the firm to provide clients in the real estate industry with guidance and advice concerning current or potential litigation and disputes.

Our lawyers represent property and building owners, property managers, real estate developers, title insurance companies, landlords, tenants, lenders and mortgage companies, and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).

Our lawyers have experience representing clients in disputes concerning office buildings, shopping centers, malls, hotels, apartments, infrastructure, financing, land development, condominiums, condemnation, raw land, and other commercial and residential properties.

We handle cases and disputes involving a wide variety of claims including title disputes, lease-related claims, evictions, and other landlord/tenant disputes, options and rights of first refusal, commercial and residential property deed restrictions, boundary disputes, condemnation, eminent domain, and inverse condemnation, escrow accounts, foreclosures, lien priority and validity disputes, lis pendens, breach of contract and other disputes, mechanic’s and materialman’s liens, liens against mineral/oil and gas properties, landlord liens, tax liens, bankruptcy matters, title examinations and insurance, usury, fraudulent conveyances, fraud, negligent misrepresentation, trespass, premises liability, and nuisance.

Honors

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Emilie Cooper, Rebecca Landau and Carolyn E. Sullivan Featured Among ‘Leading Ladies’ in Real Estate

Real Estate Weekly recognized three Haynes and Boone partners in New York as 2019 Leading Ladies: Emilie Cooper, Rebecca Landau and Carolyn E. Sullivan.

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Think Real Estate

Think Real Estate

The latest issue of Think Real Estate is a complete resource for timely legal analysis of issues affecting the real estate industry and your business' bottom line.

Chambers

Chambers USA Recognizes 55 Haynes and Boone Lawyers

More than 50 Haynes and Boone lawyers spanning 18 practice areas are featured in the 2019 edition of the Chambers USA legal directory published by Chambers & Partners.

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