Inaugural Issue of the Real Estate e-Newsletter
September 03, 2008
Welcome to the first edition of Larkin Hoffman’s e-news Real Estate and Land Use Law Update. Our goal in preparing this publication is to inform our clients and friends of important developments in real estate and land use law. At the same time, we know that you receive many emails from many sources, purporting to provide you with information you need for your business. We have therefore chosen a format that highlights the subjects covered and provides very basic information on the issues addressed, so that you can decide, without having to read lengthy information, whether or not the information is of interest to you. To the extent you want more information on a particular subject, you can click on the attached link. Even then, however, we tried to summarize issues whenever possible, so you can obtain maximum benefit from this newsletter with a minimum investment of time.
Larkin Hoffman has represented clients in real estate and land use matters throughout its 50-year history, beginning with firm founding partner Bob Hoffman, who practically invented the practice of representing clients before local governmental bodies to secure permitting approvals—land use law. Today Larkin Hoffman’s Real Estate and Land Use practice groups include 23 attorneys. We have 10 attorneys certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association as Real Property Specialists. Our practice group also includes eight attorneys whose practice is solely dedicated to litigation in the real estate and land use areas, one of whom is the only attorney in Minnesota certified as both a Real Property and Civil Trial Specialist. Together, we feel we are capable of handling any real estate or land use problem that our clients may have—from the largest commercial or mixed use project to a house closing or garage setback variance. Whether the problem is large or small, we treat each the same way—with respect for the client and with an eye toward providing quality, cost-effective legal services. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your thoughts on how we can serve you better.
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