To be successful in resolving any business issue, whether the negotiation of a deal, the resolution of a disagreement, or the trial of a contested case, it is essential to establish priorities, to prepare thoroughly, and to take a long view. Adherence to these principles is key to achieving success.
Gregory Gershuni has more than 35 years of experience in a wide variety of business litigation and transactional matters involving business, partnership, and corporate law, addressing the challenges associated with business entity formations, operations, fiduciary obligations, and entity dissolutions.
This history has given him the experience, expertise, and common sense to effectively pursue your goals swiftly and economically, and effectively, regardless of whether your goal is to "make a deal" or "fight a battle." Your goal becomes our goal.
Whether it's real estate for your business or the business of real estate, Gregory Gershuni has a wealth of experience in all aspects of real estate law.
For more than 35 years Gregory Gershuni has been busy helping clients in a wide variety of real estate matters involving virtually all areas of real estate law, including "the business of real estate," "real estate for business," and allied areas. These matters have included transactional matters as well as disputes, including mediations, arbitrations, and litigation.
Drawing upon his experience representing commercial developers as well as residential developers, investors, buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, escrow companies, and brokers, Mr. Gershuni brings a balanced perspective to every representation. He brings this wealth of experience to the table, to successfully help you navigate through the negotiating process and to otherwise avoid traps for the unwary. Equally comfortable dealing with single and multi-family residential property, commercial property, industrial property, and even raw land, Gregory Gershuni can help you achieve your real estate goal. Your goal becomes our goal.
At the core of almost every dispute involving estates, probate, and trusts, beyond money, there is a family relationship that must be considered.
Even in the heat of battle, one should never forget the value of family relationships and the importance of preserving those relationships whenever possible. Having the ability to recognize whether preservation of the family fabric remains viable is essential to the successful resolution of conflicts in this area.