Thomas (Dan) Hogue

Thomas (Dan) Hogue
  • Established in 1981
  • Firm Size 1
  • Real Estate Litigation
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About this firm

Trial and appellate practice devoted exclusively to the field of real estate litigation. Typical cases include purchase and sale contract and disclosure related litigation; construction contract, construction defect and design malpractice litigation; title litigation; boundary and easement disputes; property casualty loss litigation resulting from earth movement, water or fire loss; judicial and non-judicial foreclosure litigation; partition actions; commercial lease disputes; administrative mandamus involving land use and permit issues; and real estate broker and contractors license discipline actions.

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Areas of Practice (11)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Contract Litigation
  • Construction Defects
  • Design Malpractice
  • Title Insurance
  • Mechanics Liens
  • Zoning Litigation
  • Commercial Lease Litigation
  • Contractor
  • Broker License Litigation
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

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  • 5.0/5.0

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