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Real Estate Litigation

Real Estate Litigation can involve disputes arising out of broken banking relationships, partnership conflicts, partition actions, zoning matters, environmental controversies and much more.  In a densely populated state like Connecticut, our Real Estate Litigation attorneys have developed significant experience in this area of the law and draw upon the extensive knowledge of the members of our Real Estate practice.  We have defended banks in all manner of lender liability claims ranging from breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing claims, to RICO allegations, to purported partnership and fiduciary duty breaches.  We have foreclosed on multi-millions of dollars of mortgaged properties.  We have defended multiple RESPA, TILA and related federal and state claims brought against banks.  We have represented clients in zoning disputes at the local administrative level, in the appeals to the state court, and in federal court civil rights actions. 

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