Cox, Castle & Nicholson represents commercial landlords, tenants, and property managers in a wide range of complex leasing and property management disputes in court, by mediation, and through arbitration or judicial reference.
Our attorneys have handled a broad variety of commercial and ground lease disputes ranging from breach of lease agreements, interpretation of lease terms, common area maintenance (CAM) charges, and holdover tenancies, through valuation and rent adjustments, rights of first refusal, anchor and co-tenancy clause violations, and damage and remediation claims. We often consult with our transactional commercial leasing attorneys to ensure that we are approaching every dispute from both a business and litigation perspective in order to best serve our client's goals.
Given our firm's real estate expertise and focus, we have substantial relationships with appraisers and experts who are knowledgeable about the different methodologies for valuing commercial property. As a result, we have successfully represented our clients in achieving, whether through negotiation or by way of arbitration or trial, the rental valuation they desire. We also are very experienced in navigating through the complex unlawful detainer statutes and expeditiously evicting commercial tenants through unlawful detainer actions.
Whether it is negotiating the terms of a settlement, or fighting aggressively in the courtroom, we understand how to effectively and efficiently handle every type of lease and property management dispute.