Las Vegas Commercial Real Estate Attorneys
Goold Patterson handles commercial real estate, business, and litigation issues for clients from throughout Nevada, including the Las Vegas Valley, southern Nevada, and Reno. We represent investors, developers and businesses and focus our skills and resources on the following types of concerns:
Commercial Real Estate: Commercial leases, financing, defeasance, purchases and sales of commercial buildings, land sales and acquisitions, hotel properties, shopping centers and real estate litigation.
Condominium / Planned Community Development: Covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs and related documents), construction contracts, land sales and acquisitions, homeowner association documents and litigation.
Commercial Real Estate Financing: Title issues, negotiation and review of agreements, refinances, lenders' counsel, document preparation, review and due diligence, defeasance and legal opinions.
Commercial Leasing / Landlord-Tenant: Representing local developers, out-of-state developers, owners, tenants, in lease negotiation and review for commercial clients of all sizes and related litigation.
Land Sales and Acquisitions: Purchases and sales of commercial real estate properties and finished products involving developers, national homebuilders, shopping centers and hotels.
Construction Contracts: Standard and nonstandard construction contracts for owners, contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, designers and related litigation.
Business Formation and Commercial Law: Full-service business formation and commercial law advice provided to businesses and commercial property owners in Nevada and out-of-state business clients.
Real Estate and Commercial Litigation: Commercial real estate litigation, landlord-tenant litigation, business litigation, construction litigation and breach of contract claims.
Commercial Creditor Bankruptcy Representation: Representation for creditors in matters involving commercial debtors in Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, preference litigation and reorganizations.