Litgation

Real Estate Disputes

Real estate litigation is a key focus of RWO’s real estate practice. We litigate for clients in all areas of the industry – lenders, developers, landlords, brokers – in all phases of the real estate business-law cycle. We have handled – and successfully tried to conclusion – some of the largest real estate related disputes in Colorado in the last ten years.

From disputes concerning the financing of projects, to construction litigation (claims among construction participants as well as construction defect litigation), to disputes between commercial landlords and tenants, buyers and sellers of real estate and participants within the ownership group — we have handled them all. We are familiar with the issues involved in seeking provisional remedies, and frequently represent clients in receiverships, unlawful detainers and foreclosures.

RWO also has extensive experience in the litigation of title disputes. Title-related litigation handled by RWO includes title claims and coverage analysis, title and closing agent disputes, escrow claims, quiet title actions, title reformation actions, RESPA compliance, lien priority disputes, boundary disputes, contract issues, mortgage fraud and easement and access disputes.

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 Antitrust & Competition Law
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 Commercial Disputes
 Construction
 Civil
 Eminent Domain
 Real Estate Disputes
 Reorganization, Workouts & Bankruptcy
 Securities
 Structured Settlement Assignments
 Trademark & Copyright Infringement
 White Collar Criminal Defense

RWO attorneys practicing real estate disputes include:

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