Rudolph Fields attorneys have significant experience representing both landlords, including some of the nation’s largest real estate developers and REITs, and a wide variety of tenants. Our attorneys are “deal makers”, but at the same time know...
Acquisition, Disposition and Development
Rudolph Fields attorneys represent developers and investors in connection with the acquisition, disposition, and development of all types of commercial and residential real property, including office buildings, multi-family apartment buildings, shopping centers, warehouses, and unimproved land. Our attorneys negotiate...
Condominiums and Planned Communities
Rudolph Fields attorneys represent developers of commercial, mixed use, and residential condominiums in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Our attorneys advise clients regarding the most appropriate and effective structure for a particular project, draft the necessary documentation to establish the condominium regime and...
Rudolph Fields offers experienced representation in the Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. courts. We handle commercial and residential landlord-tenant disputes, including breach of lease claims, unpaid rent and eviction proceedings, lien issues, and other real estate matters.
Dan’s practice focuses on the representation of both landlords and tenants in the leasing of retail, office, and industrial properties throughout the country. Dan has substantial experience representing landlords in the negotiation of leases with national anchor tenants, grocery stores, and drug stores.
Brandon represents clients in connection with commercial lease-related matters as well as the acquisition, disposition, financing, and development of shopping centers (including portions thereof, such as the condominiumization and/or sale of pad sites), office buildings, warehouses, planned communities, and multifamily apartment buildings.
Adam focuses his practice on the representation of landlords in the negotiation of anchor tenant and junior anchor tenant leases. Adam currently devotes a majority of his time acting as leasing counsel for multiple complex projects, including major re-developments and new construction of mixed use projects.
Matt’s practice centers on the representation of landlords and tenants in commercial and residential lease related matters. Additionally, Matt spends time litigating on behalf of our clients in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.