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Litigation

Our litigators are well prepared to protect the rights of our clients, whether it involves defending a claim against a client or prosecuting a claim on behalf of a client.  We have experience handling a wide breadth of complex commercial and employment-related litigation in federal and state courts throughout the country, in addition to the many disputes we have resolved in alternative forums such as arbitration and mediation.  Specific practice areas where our litigators represent clients are discussed below.

Construction, Real Estate, and Land Use Litigation

Litigation

Our litigators are experienced in all aspects of construction, real estate, and land use litigation, and have assisted owners, developers, government agencies, and other industry clients in resolving disputes involving the following:

  • Zoning and development;
  • Easement and boundary disputes;
  • Building and construction contracts;
  • Construction defects;
  • Purchase and sale transactions;
  • Breach of lease/lease options;
  • Right of first refusal;
  • Specific performance disputes;
  • Title and ownership disputes;
  • Tax appeals;
  • Environmental contamination/nondisclosure;
  • Eminent domain and condemnation matters; and
  • Mechanic’s liens.

Solving a Complicated Transaction Puzzle

Kleinbard has represented the City of Philadelphia in various matters, including in connection with its role in the development of the Family Court Building. The transaction was complicated by the involvement of numerous parties, governmental entities, and quasi-governmental bodies, each with its own regulatory framework. ...More

Litigation

Our litigators are well prepared to protect the rights of our clients, whether it involves defending a claim against a client or prosecuting a claim on behalf of a client.  We have experience handling a wide breadth of complex commercial and employment-related litigation in federal and state courts throughout the country, in addition to the many disputes we have resolved in alternative forums such as arbitration and mediation.  Specific practice areas where our litigators represent clients are discussed below.