Disputes between individuals or businesses are unfortunate, but sometimes unavoidable. At LUPER NEIDENTHAL & LOGAN, we know that litigation can be distracting and expensive. So we try to deal with each dispute as quickly and efficiently as possible. This means diligently trying to resolve disputes prior to filing suit, remaining open to the possibility of settlement even after suit is filed, and working tirelessly to prepare your case for trial if necessary. Our litigators know that different clients have different goals and we strive to understand those goals while keeping our clients informed as the process unfolds.
We have experience trying cases for banks, commercial and residential landlords and tenants, construction companies, credit unions, multimillion dollar international corporations, as well as private individuals. Our litigators practice in state courts, Federal District Court, and Bankruptcy Court and handle disputes involving preferences, fraudulent conveyances, lender liability, consumer credit, foreclosure, contracts, partnerships, trade secrets, professional negligence, commercial and consumer fraud, and subrogation.
Whenever possible, we help clients explore alternative means of dispute resolution, including arbitration, mediation, and other forms of resolution outside the context of typical litigation.
We defend companies and individuals in a variety of employment-related issues, including matters involving allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, and violations of wage and hour laws.
In the real estate arena, we represent developers, institutional investors, owners, and real estate investments trusts (REITs) in insolvency proceedings, commercial lease and landlord/tenant disputes, partnership disputes, and environmental matters.
We also represent companies in property tax appeals and have handled a wide variety of administrative proceedings and appeals.