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Illinois Attorney: Continuing Legal Education

Equitable Remedies for Real Estate Litigation
(Online On-Demand Presentation)

Learn the most effective strategies for navigating the real estate litigation process. The nature of real estate transactions is such that no two properties are identical. Therefore, monetary damages are often insufficient to make parties whole. Equitable remedies are a distinct category of judicial remedies that can be obtained from Courts of Equity in matters involving real estate that require precise resolution.

You will learn:

  • An all-inclusive list of equitable remedies available in real estate transactions
  • Beyond specific performance, creative methods to enforce a real estate contract
  • How the judicial use of constructive trusts can compensate owners of property who have been wrongly appropriated

This course is a comprehensive overview of the elements necessary for pleading and presenting equitable remedies in real estate litigation. It is useful for all attorneys, whether seasoned in real estate practice or newly venturing into the practice area.

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Credit:
1.5 Hour(s) General
Tuition: $36.00

Faculty:

Mitchell Bryan is a partner in the Chicago law firm of Williams, Bax & Saltzman, P.C. Mitch acts as litigation and general counsel to a wide variety of corporate, LLC, partnership and high net worth individual clients, and as an advisor and trial counsel to trustees, corporate board members, board committees, and other for-profit and nonprofit corporate fiduciaries. He also has been engaged by defense counsel as an expert consultant on the subject of director fiduciary duties. Mitch has over 30 years of extensive trial, appellate and litigation management experience in state and federal courts in several states, and in private arbitration, covering a broad range of complex commercial, insurance, real estate, IP, corporate governance, fiduciary, regulatory, professional liability, financial industry and tax disputes. He has served a public company client as interim General Counsel for one of its major operating subsidiaries. Mitch is a graduate of the Washington University School of Law (St. Louis) and earned his bachelor's degree at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. He is a member of the Litigation and Business law Sections of the American Bar Association, and the Insurance and Trust Law Committees of the Chicago Bar Association. Mitch has been included among attorneys named as Illinois Super Lawyers, and is a member of the Illinois Leading Lawyers Network Advisory Board.

Notes:

The amount of CLE credits reflect the maximum amount of credit that can be earned. Only actual attendance or participation earns credit. MCLE Rule 795(e)(6).

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Real Estate Institute is approved by the MCLE Board. Accredited CLE Provider #REI0001.