Condemnation & Real Estate Disputes



Our lawyers have extensive experience representing clients in condemnation cases, annexation disputes and other adversarial proceedings involving governmental entities throughout the Carolinas. We routinely defend condemnation actions filed by the North Carolina Department of Transportation and the city of Charlotte. Our experience includes a range of underlying public projects impacting commercial, retail, industrial and residential properties with different highest and best uses. Our litigators also work with our real estate attorneys to mitigate the harmful effects of a condemnation, including negotiation of alternative access or design changes in projects.

We also have extensive experience handling a variety of real estate disputes, land use litigation and commercial leasing litigation. Robinson Bradshaw always pays close attention to how any litigation, especially real estate litigation, fits into the economics of our clients’ transactions and operations. Our trial lawyers are often able to identify creative business solutions to real estate problems before they erupt into full-blown litigation.

Honors & Awards

  • Best Law Firms, Charlotte Tier 1 for litigation - real estate, 2013-24; Charlotte Tier 1 for eminent domain/condemnation law, 2010-17; Charlotte Tier 1 for litigation - eminent domain/condemnation, 2012


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