Real Estate Development Litigation

Lafayette Commercial Real Estate Lawyers

Evaluating Complex Development Issues

Our New Orleans real estate litigation attorneys represent real estate developers facing large-scale, complex litigation issues. We possess sophisticated real estate litigation experience. Our lawyers can evaluate your situation from every angle to determine the best course of action.

At Willeford & Toledano, we understand the severe financial consequences created by adverse situations, including the recent British Petroleum oil spill. We are committed to protecting our clients' business and financial interests at every stage of development.

When clients are prevented from completing real estate development projects, we fight to recover not only their losses, but also their reputations. Our legal team has an in-depth understanding of the Louisiana real estate industry. We understand that outside forces can affect your business plans. We strive to pursue proactive resolutions through litigation and, when necessary, trial.

Our real estate development litigation representation experience includes:

  • Commercial development
  • Large-scale retail development
  • Residential subdivisions
  • Antitrust issues
  • Contract disputes

At Willeford & Toledano, our attorneys are led by James F. Willeford, who has been handling complex business litigation cases for nearly 40 years. His extensive litigation and trial experience enable him to evaluate complex real estate issues. He understands how financial institutions, Corps of Engineers, insurance companies, securities firms and marketing firms can all contribute to our clients' complicated real estate development issues.

Our attorneys devote significant time, energy and resources to protect our clients' rights and business interests.

Please contact our firm today for a free consultation. We are available to discuss your complex situation at 504-322-1488 or toll free at 877-281-4789. Hablamos español. We also provide interpreters for other languages, as needed.