Bruce A. Friedman, Esq. has handled a wide range of real estate matters, both as a neutral and litigator. During his career, he established himself in the legal industry as a highly respected strategist who draws from past experience to find creative solutions to the complex issues that often come up in real estate matters.
Mr. Friedman’s clients rely on his evaluative style when reviewing the merits of their cases, and depend on his careful attention to detail when reviewing the facts, knowing that he gives due consideration to all sides. His respectful demeanor quickly gains the confidence and trust of his clients, as well as easing the tension between parties, creating a relaxed environment that enhances the prospects of resolution.
- Disputes involving purchase and sale transactions, including claims of specific performance and breach of contract
- Claims related to disclosure of unpermitted construction, geological issues, construction defects, zoning and use restrictions
- Claims against real estate professionals with respect to disclosure of agency relationships, property defects, failure to communicate offers, unauthorized signatures on sales documents, valuation, and escrow practices
- Title insurance claims involving title, easement, possession and improvements
- Environmental and pollution related issues with respect to use, sale, and leasing of commercial property
- Lease disputes involving issues of use, exclusivity, compliance with design and construction conditions and possession
- Disputes with respect to mortgage foreclosure, financing, and credit lines secured by real estate
- Insurance disputes arising out of claims with respect to construction defects, fire, earthquake, subsidence, mold, flood and other damage claims related to real property
- Class action involving claims against real estate companies under the Real Estate Settlement Practices Act
- Class action disputes as to financing related practices in the underwriting and servicing of mortgages and lines of credit