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| Jun 11, 2021 | Real Estate Law |

The commercial real estate market in Florida has gone through quite a few ups and downs in recent years, especially the last year. Office buildings, industrial parks, warehouses, retail space – all of it is seeing different levels of demand, vacancy and sales. On top of that, commercial real estate matters can become complex in a hurry.

With everything from construction issues for developers, landlord-tenant issues for property owners and even premises liability concerns as top issues in the commercial real estate market, there is no doubt that the threat of litigation is always out there in this area of the Florida real estate market. For any party facing the prospect of litigation, it is crucial to develop a sound strategy as soon as possible.

Working through litigation

At our law firm, we work with our clients to craft the right approach to any given litigation issue – or even the threat of litigation. Yes, some issues can be worked out even in pre-litigation negotiations or mediation. But, some others will, unfortunately, proceed to litigation. When you find yourself battling it out in the courtroom, your real estate matter may face delays, increased costs or even the possibility that an entire deal will fall through.

As you attempt to work through your commercial real estate litigation issue, feel free to visit our website to see how we do our best to help our clients in Florida face these issues with skill and determination. While it may seem like litigation is inevitable in some cases, that doesn’t mean that you need to give up all hope of a successful resolution.