Real Estate Litigation


Robert D. Mitchell, Securities Litigation Attorney
Robert Mitchell is widely respected among Arizona litigation attorneys and has been representing parties in complex real estate disputes for more than two decades.

To schedule a consultation to discuss your real estate matter, please contact us at 602-452-2730 or by email.
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Phoenix Commercial Real Estate Litigation and Development Attorneys

Experienced Representation in Real Estate Transactions, Projects and Disputes

Robert Mitchell and his team represent a variety of real estate owners, developers, sellers, purchasers, brokers, commercial landlords and tenants in real estate transactions, litigation, zoning and land use.

We are experienced in litigation, arbitration and mediation of disputes in such matters. Our practice involves a wide range of real estate-related matters in Arizona, California, Texas and Utah.
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Robert Mitchell's practical articles and insights on a variety of real estate issues
Robert Mitchell's professional biography

Experience in Real Estate Transactions, Land Use and Development

  • Real estate purchase and sales contracts
  • Construction and development contracts
  • Subdivisions and related legal issues
  • Zoning issues, consulting and litigation
  • Entitlements
  • Joint venture and other asset acquisition vehicles
  • Commercial leases: drafting, review, negotiation

    Experience in Real Estate Disputes

    • Litigation
    • Mediation
    • Arbitration
    • Appeals
    • Disputes regarding purchase contracts and commercial leases
    • Construction law and construction disputes
    • Boundary disputes and easement disputes
    • Forcible detainer actions
    • Enforcement of commercial landlord remedies
    • Title disputes
    • Broker commission disputes
    • SITLA/State Trust Land disputes
    • Contractor and subcontractor lien issues
    • Lien priority disputes
    • Foreclosure and deed of trust matters
    • Fraud claims involving real estate transactions
    • Nondisclosure claims
    • Negligence and tort claims involving real estate
    • Construction defect claims and defenses
    • Disputes over conditions on real property
    • Litigation over contractual representations and warranties
    • Agricultural legal matters
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