Attorney Patrick R. MacQueen argued an important case before the Court of Appeals involving real estate issues and the legal doctrine of duress
On June 6, 2017, attorney Patrick R. MacQueen argued an important case before the Court of Appeals involving real estate issues and the legal doctrine of duress. The Court of Appeals took the matter under advisement.
In a 3-day jury trial concluding on December 7, 2016, attorney Benjamin L. Gottlieb prevailed on behalf of his clients in a Quiet Title/Adverse Possession lawsuit, where the jury ruled in favor of Mr. Gottlieb’s clients, thereby quieting title in their favor. In addition, the Court awarded the clients reimbursement of their attorneys’ fees and costs for having prevailed in the quiet title action.
In 2015, Benjamin successfully handled a 3-day jury trial involving a hotly contested real estate dispute. The opposing party appealed, and recently Benjamin argued the case before the court of appeals. The video of the oral argument can be accessed here—Video of Oral Argument—and the court of appeals’ ruling affirming the trial court’s ruling can be accessed here: Court of Appeal’s Memorandum Decision