Land Use & Real Estate Litigation

The land use and real estate litigation practice group at Hackleman, Olive & Judd works with clients to resolve complex issues and disputes that arise in connection with real estate projects and ventures. Our lawyers represent commercial and large scale residential real estate developers, property owners, real estate investors, large and small businesses, landlords, and other industry-related entities in the South Florida market and beyond. We combine our extensive knowledge of the law with an in-depth understanding of the real estate industry to successfully advocate for clients in a broad range of real estate and land use litigation, including disputes involving:

  • Real estate contracts
  • Members of real estate development corporations
  • Municipalities relating to land use and interpretation of local ordinances and state statutes
  • Entitlements, including zoning, variances, and permits
  • Land use development rights
  • Easements and other property rights
  • Construction defects
  • Purchase and lease agreements
  • Commercial landlords and tenants

When land use and real-estate related conflicts arise, the Fort Lauderdale real estate litigation lawyers at our firm are committed to resolving the matter quickly and cost-efficiently. We work together as a team to craft practical solutions that protect our clients’ business and financial interests. When settling the dispute is not a reasonable option, our attorneys aggressively advocate for clients before all forums, including state and federal courts, special masters, administrative agencies, city and county commissions and boards, and mediations and arbitrations.