Mr. Long is experienced in real estate and construction law, including:
- real estate transactions;
- investment property disputes;
- luxury condominiums;
- multifamily residential properties;
- wrongful foreclosure;
- insurance coverage disputes re: real property;
- CSLB disputes;
- adverse possession;
- surety claims;
- construction loan disbursements;
- lis pendens;
- mechanic’s liens;
- general contractors;
- delay damages;
- letters of credit;
- complex construction defect litigation; and
- multiparty owner / architect / engineer / general contractor / subcontractor disputes on multiple trades.
Representative Real Estate and Construction Law Cases
Represented owner-investor successfully in highly contested real property litigation involving a $25,000,000 luxury development.
Handled over a dozen simultaneous active cases in real estate and construction defect litigation with alleged damages ranging from $1,500,000 to $10,000,000+.
Trial attorney in multiple high-stakes real property cases in both federal and state court.
Experienced in high-stakes litigation in jury and bench trials, including extensive discovery, law and motion and post-trial practice.
Experienced litigating entrenched foreclosure disputes, mechanic’s liens, landlord-tenant, and contractor-subcontractor disputes to favorable conclusion.
Assert and defend claims involving surety and insurance coverage disputes for alleged construction defects in highly complex multiparty, multi-jurisdictional litigation.
Resolved numerous mechanic’s lien disputes in settlement in the context of pre-litigation and litigation.
Litigated plaintiff-insured’s rights in insurance disputes to successful conclusion against insurance carriers; litigate defendant-insured hands-on and in collaboration with insurance-appointed counsel.
Represented client in litigation involving an investment property worth $25,000,000.