Litigation: Your Light In Trying Times

LitigationRHHS’ litigators provide focused advocacy, creative solutions, and an exceptionally wide range of substantive experience in addressing our clientele’s broad and ever evolving legal challenges. Litigation can be a trying and foreign experience, and RHHS prides itself in creating and implementing sound and understandable roadmaps to provide our clients with strategic counseling and avenues for efficient and cost-effective resolutions. Our goal is always to win and to achieve our clients’ desired results.  RHHS remains prepared to do so both pre-trial and through aggressive efforts to position and take a case through trial or abitration as necessary.

Our litigation clients remain a diverse and varied set and includes individuals, small business owners, closely-held corporations and Fortune 500 companies in the real estate, construction, insurance, banking, technology, and investment fields.

Recent Representative Matters:

  • Litigation of a variety of real estate disputes, including land acquisition matters, land use approvals, earth movement and flood liability, developer issues, and title and escrow concerns;
  • Defense of construction and product defect claims, including strict liability, warranty, negligence and related personal injury actions;
  • Representation of a court-appointed receiver in a contentious litigation involving a large, mixed-use commercial/residential project;
  • Resolution of multiple lawsuits involving extensive claims by common interest developments against apartment complex sellers for strict liability, violation of governing documents, and breach of equitable servitudes;
  • Negotiation and resolution of various commercial real property and telecom lease disputes;
  • Business dissolution proceedings ranging from amicable negotiated settlements to resolutions achieved through full scale litigation;
  • Defense of corporate directors in shareholder derivative litigation;
  • Prosecution of claims of trade secret misappropriation against out-of-state companies seeking to improperly enter local markets, and;
  • Resolution of business contractual disputes, including various breaches of exclusive output, services, and procurement contracts.
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