Commercial Real Estate
One of the most crucial aspects of our legal practice areas is commercial real estate. Gregory A. Byrnes is well-versed in dealing with various transactions involving commercial properties such as office buildings, retail, residential and more. His services in this area include negotiation and drafting of leases, purchase and sale agreements, financing arrangements, and development agreements.
Residential Real Estate
Gregory A. Byrnes assists clients with a wide range of residential real estate matters, including the purchase and sale of single-family homes, condominiums, cooperatives, townhomes, and residential landlord tenant matters. From drafting and reviewing purchase agreements to ensuring compliance with local zoning and land use regulations, he is committed to making the process as smooth and stress-free as possible.
In addition to purchase and sale transactions, Gregory A. Byrnes also assists with lease negotiation and drafting, landlord-tenant disputes, and property tax matters. He understands that your home is not just an investment but also a place where you build memories, and he is committed to ensuring that the legal aspects of your residential real estate transactions are handled with the utmost care and attention to detail.
Real estate transactions can sometimes lead to disputes, and that’s where Gregory A. Byrnes‘ real estate litigation expertise comes into play. He has experience in handling a wide range of real estate disputes, including breach of contract, boundary disputes, title disputes, partition actions, and landlord-tenant disagreements. Whether through negotiation, mediation, or aggressive representation in court, Gregory A. Byrnes is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome for his clients.
Estate litigation is a complex area of law that involves disputes over the distribution of assets, management of trusts, and administration of estates. Gregory A. Byrnes understands the sensitive nature of estate disputes and provides his clients with the legal strategy necessary to navigate the complexities of this area of law.
Gregory A. Byrnes handles has experience in handling a wide range of commercial disputes, including breach of contract, business torts, shareholder disputes, and partnership disputes.
He understands that commercial litigation can be a complex and costly process, and his goal is to help our clients navigate through the legal system while minimizing risk and protecting their interests.
Construction projects can often lead to disputes and legal challenges, and our law firm is well-equipped to handle such instances. Gregory A. Byrnes understands that construction disputes can have a significant impact on your project’s timeline and budget, and it is his goal is to help you resolve disputes efficiently and effectively while minimizing disruption to your project.
Corporate Advisory and Litigation
In addition to litigation services, Gregory A. Byrnes also provides corporate advisory and litigation services to help his clients navigate the complex corporate landscape.
This area of our practice involves representing clients in a wide range of disputes involving corporate and commercial matters, including shareholder disputes, partnership disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, and more. It also invoices matters of corporate governance which can be complex for the layperson.
In today’s business landscape, companies have to navigate an ever-evolving legal landscape, which can be quite challenging. As a result, many companies are turning to outside general counsel to help them navigate this complex legal terrain. So what exactly is outside general counsel, and how can it benefit a business?
Outside general counsel refers to hiring an attorney or law firm on an as-needed basis, without the need for a full-time in-house attorney. They act as a strategic advisor, providing solutions to legal questions, evaluating ventures, and acting as a middleman between other specialized attorneys. This approach can be particularly beneficial for real estate companies, where legal issues can often arise.
One of the most significant benefits of hiring outside general counsel is cost savings. By outsourcing legal services, companies can save money on salaries, benefits, and other associated costs that come with hiring a full-time in-house attorney. Additionally, outside general counsel can offer flexible billing arrangements, which means that companies only pay for the services they need when they need them.
Contact Gregory A. Byrnes to schedule a consultation and discuss how we can assist you with your legal needs. Our team is ready and eager to provide the support and guidance you require to navigate the complex legal landscape and achieve your goals.