Rosenberg Mendlin & Rosen, LLP represents clients in a number of litigation settings.
Inverse condemnation is the term given to cases brought by property owners, whether residential or commercial property, against government entities and private utility companies, for damages to property caused by a government project or action. For a detailed description of inverse condemnation, see the two articles linked in this site.
Other Real Property Litigation
The firm represents clients in other property-related litigation, including commercial landlord-tenant disputes, neighbor-to-neighbor disputes, easement and boundary disputes, damages to trees, disputes arising from the sale of property, and disputes concerning property ownership rights.
The firm represents clients in business disputes, including breach of contract, disputes between business owners, partners, shareholders and limited liability company members, fraud in business transactions, breach of promissory note, and other business controversies.
The firm represents clients in employment law litigation.
Probate and Trust Litigation
The firm represents clients in probate and trust litigation.
Intellectual Property Litigation
The firm represents clients in intellectual property litigation.
The firm also represents clients in drafting and negotiating documentation for transactions, including contracts, leases, formation of entities, and other transactions.