November 30, 2021

Volume XI, Number 334

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Frank O. Carroll

Frank Carroll is a business litigation attorney whose practice focuses on land use matters and real estate litigation. Frank is a board-certified civil trial advocate, and frequently represents developers, property owners’ associations, non-profit corporations, and individuals in lawsuits before federal and state courts involving office, retail, residential, and multi-family properties.

Representative Experience

  • Maintain significant state, appellate, and federal case load; actively participated in all aspects of litigation and trial preparation including pleadings, discovery, settlement, dispositive motion practice, trials, and appellate briefing
  • Represent non-profit and for-profit corporations as outside corporate counsel
  • Represent associations and developers with regard to operational issues, including the interpretation and application of covenants, rules, and statutes
  • Prepare and review of property use agreements and vendor contracts
  • Counsel in the pre-transition, transition, and post-transition phases of the community development
  • Fair Housing Act compliance assistance
  • Interpret and review insurance policies for compliance with governing documents
  • Advise on risk management policies and procedures
  • Enforce restrictive covenants and community rules
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Articles in the National Law Review database by Frank O. Carroll

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