Our firm can bring you the collective knowledge of a group of lawyers who have seen and done the full spectrum of real estate transactions. We know how others have done similar transactions, and we know the types of problems they have encountered. Our experience becomes your asset, because we can save you time, delays and costs by helping you design a plan that avoids these problems.
We also handle a variety of litigation matters involving real estate, such as title insurance claims, mechanics’ liens, eminent domain proceedings and construction disputes. Our real estate attorneys work closely with members of our litigation practice to effectively prosecute and defend such claims.
We represent many diverse real estate clients including:
- Fortune 500 companies
- Multi-national corporations
- Small and large privately held companies
- Small businesses, such as farmers and one-store retailers
- Government agencies
- Debtors in restructuring their debt
- Developers planning, building, and selling apartments, office space and other commercial real estate ventures
- Lenders that finance real estate transactions
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Rose Law Firm’s construction law practice group strives to resolve disputes for our clients with an aim towards expediency and satisfaction. Should a dispute arise that cannot be resolved outside a courtroom, however, our attorneys have extensive experience and success litigating construction design and defect, project management and financing claims, among other issues. We represent clients in alternative dispute resolution and mediation, which is common in this industry. Our team has respected experts that we partner with to ensure that your case is presented in the best possible way, whether it be in the courtroom or around a table in settlement talks.
Our experience is varied with successful outcomes in the following areas:
- Breach of contract litigation involving economic losses and delay damages
- Construction accidents involving personal injury to death
- Construction disruptions
- Contractor/subcontractor disputes
- Cost overruns
- Lien litigation
- Mechanic/Materialmen’s liens
- Performance bonds
- Project scope changes
- Representation before the Arkansas Contractor’s Licensing Board
- Worksite safety, including OSHA regulations