Real Estate Litigation
Some law firms say that they excel in “litigating” tough cases. Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP’s attorneys don’t just litigate the tough cases—we actually take them to trial. When push comes to shove, having talented and tenacious attorneys with both substantive knowledge and real trial experience on your side is crucial. Our attorneys draw on their experience in real estate litigation to fight the battles that need to be fought for our business clients.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP provides a breadth and depth of legal resources for our clients to help them reach their business goals. Our attorneys assist clients with a wide range of real estate litigation issues, including:
- Alleged mold issues
- Boundary disputes
- Commercial or multi-unit landlord/tenant disputes
- Eminent domain issues for both property owners and condemning authorities
- Fraud in sales of real property
- Partition matters
- Quiet title actions
- Real estate purchase agreement lawsuits
- Tax sales deeds
- Title disputes
- Unsafe buildings and remediation or demolition
- Utility matters
- Water rights cases
You can be sure that our litigation strategy is built entirely around your business goals, not ours. We work closely with our clients and their other counsel to identify possible outcomes to litigation, and advise our clients on potential risks and routes before taking action.
There are often opportunities to resolve a real estate dispute short of trial. We are experienced in resolving disputes at all stages of the process—before a lawsuit is filed, through dismissal or summary judgment proceedings, in mediation or arbitration, through trial and on appeal. We offer keen and innovative insights on how to avoid real estate litigation in the first place, as well as how to manage the costs and burdens of litigation once it arises.
We believe in professionalism, and take pride in treating our opposing counsel with respect. We believe our peers have noticed. Many of our attorneys have been recognized by various honorary organizations and publications such as The American College of Trial Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America®, American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, Chambers USA and the Indiana Super Lawyers® list.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP continues to negotiate a $50 million commercial real estate loan that PNC, as co-lender, made to various borrower entities owned and controlled by a well-known Indiana developer. The loans were also granted by the developer.