Real Estate Litigation
Attorneys in Cohen & Gresser’s Real Estate Litigation practice are well-versed in handling complex real estate litigation and are collaborative, agile, and efficient in optimizing clients’ outcomes. We have extensive experience representing developers of large-scale commercial and residential properties, hotels, and retail properties; institutional and private lenders; and domestic and international investors, including hedge fund managers and other alternative asset managers, in litigation and arbitration throughout the world. We regularly advise on cases alleging breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, zoning issues, real estate-related corporate and securities claims, and other real estate disputes.
Real Estate Litigation Representations
Represented real estate development company in a series of lawsuits regarding a $940 million lease.
Represented real estate developer in tortious interference with contract dispute against regional savings bank, including two appeals to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Department. Summary judgment for our client was granted by the trial court and affirmed on appeal.
Represented major real estate developer in multiple litigations arising from dispute over dissolution of partnership between founding members.Read More
• Mark S. Cohen – Commercial Litigation, including Real Estate, Antitrust, and White Collar
• Melissa H. Maxman – Litigation, including White Collar and Antirust
• John Roberti – Antitrust & Competition Law, including Litigation
• Ronald F. Wick – Antitrust & Competition Litigation
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