Michelle McGeogh has extensive experience in real estate litigation on behalf of property owners, investors, and developers. Michelle is experienced in a diverse range of real estate and commercial litigation, including commercial foreclosures, lender liability and landlord/tenant law. She regularly represents commercial landlords in state court proceedings and bankruptcy proceedings, and has defended landlords from breach of contract, negligence, and fraud claims. Michelle also represents financial institutions and special servicers of mortgage loans in disputes involving lender liability, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and foreclosure. She has successfully obtained receivers and enforced orders appointing receivers in connection with defaulted commercial loans.
Michelle also represents employers across industries in a broad range of employment disputes. Michelle regularly advises clients in matters involving discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour issues, reductions in force, restrictive covenants, the Family Medical Leave Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. She regularly provides guidance and training to employers looking to implement effective workplace policies. She partners with clients to proactively identify issues and create legal solutions, specifically tailored to the client's workforce and business needs. Michelle has advised numerous clients with respect to matters involving allegations of workplace sexual harassment, providing advise on how to implement effective programs that encourage a professional work environment.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michelle M. McGeogh