WHAT WE DO
Our Practice + Approach
Kaplan Law specializes in the litigation and successful resolution of complex business and real estate disputes throughout eastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod. We advocate for our clients in state and federal court, in arbitration and mediation, and before municipal boards.
In each particular case, we work closely with our clients to understand their priorities and create a strategy that will achieve their goals as efficiently as possible.
Litigation should be approached like any other business decision. We help clients determine the investment they're likely to make in a lawsuit and the expected return on that investment. With level-headed analysis, we guide our clients to make sound decisions when they consider filing suit, and advise them on how to conduct the lawsuit and whether, when, and on what terms to settle.
We exercise sound judgment based on our extensive experience and we know our way around the courtroom. If an opposing party is unreasonable, or if a dispute calls for a forceful approach, we never shy away from a fight.
Real Estate Litigation
We have a breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in nearly every aspect of real estate litigation. We represent developers, landlords, tenants, architects, investors, non-profits, and homeowners in disputes concerning: commercial leases; zoning, permitting, and land use; design and construction; and title issues, easements, adverse possession, boundary disputes, the partition of jointly owned properties and other issues. With our wealth of experience comes a deeper understanding of the particular pitfalls and priorities of real estate litigation.
We also represent businesses and individuals in a wide variety of complex business litigation – including disputes over contracts, fraud, Chapter 93A and other business torts, unfair trade practices, fiduciary duties, non-competition agreements, intellectual property, and disputes among investors and principals of closely-held partnerships, corporations, LLCs and other business entities.