Lipson Neilson Successfully Defends Real Estate Agent and Three Brokers in $1.4M Arizona Lawsuit Involving a Real Estate Transaction Gone Bad
In a recently decided lawsuit, Steven Malach led a team of Lipson Neilson attorneys that successfully defended an Arizona real estate agent and three real estate brokers against a six-count complaint alleging tort and contract claims. The plaintiffs alleged that the agent and brokers were responsible for $1.4 million worth of damage caused by extensive mold in a home.
This lawsuit took four years and included a two-week trial by Zoom with testimony from ten witnesses and two experts who were in Arizona, Costa Rica, and Hawaii. In the end, the Judge ruled that comparative negligence barred any recovery by the plaintiff.
The experienced litigators in Lipson Neilson’s Phoenix office have a track record of success in real estate law, construction law, and insurance matters. They have represented architects, engineers, attorneys, appraisers, and real estate and insurance brokers in jury and bench trials throughout the State of Arizona, the Arizona Court of Appeals, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
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Contact: Steven Malach