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Experienced Commercial Real Estate Litigation Representation

Commercial real estate matters can affect a business' growth and potential. If your business is facing an issue that may need to be resolved through litigation, attorney Kevin Kovacs can help. At the Law Offices of Kevin Kovacs, Esq., attorney Kevin Kovacs and staff are committed to helping your business resolve commercial real estate disputes so you can return your focus to your business.

Services For Property Owners And Tenants

With more than 30 years of experience representing businesses throughout the Somerville, New Jersey, area, attorney Kovacs confidently handles a vast range of commercial real estate litigation matters, such as:

  • Disputes over the purchase of property, including breach of contract
  • Disputes over what is included in the sale of the property
  • Disputes over whether or not the building or property is for business use
  • Alleged fraud in the transaction
  • Construction defects
  • Hidden defects and issues, including mold or cracks in the foundation
  • Issues between commercial lessors and lessees

A Trusted And Highly Respected Litigator On Your Side

Attorney Kevin Kovacs has more than 30 years of trial experience, and he has been Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial attorney continuously since 1992. As of 2014, of the approximately 75,000 active lawyers in New Jersey, only 1,600 held this certification. Also, from 2006 to 2016, Mr. Kovacs was selected for inclusion in New Jersey Monthly magazine's Super Lawyers list for his personal injury and employment law practice. An estimated 4 percent of New Jersey attorneys achieve this status through an independent survey and peer review process, placing Mr. Kovacs in an elite class of lawyers.

Learn More During A Consultation At The Firm's Somerville, New Jersey, Office

Call 908-336-0311, or contact the firm online to make an appointment. Mr. Kovacs can advise you of your rights and options in all aspects of commercial real estate issues and litigation.