- Landlord Tenant
- Multi-Family Housing
- Real Estate Tax Appeals
- Real Estate Tax Assessment
- Real Estate Acquisitions
- Real Estate Contracts
- Real Estate Finance
- Real Estate Sales
- Zoning Law
- Commercial Leases
- Civil Litigation
- Construction Contracts
- Construction Litigation
- Insurance Defense
- Personal Injury
- Partnership Dissolution
- Partnership Formation
- Partnership Organization
- Appellate Practice
- Debtor Creditor Law
Landman Beatty, Lawyers provides its clients with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in various areas of law in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Founded in 1977, Landman & Beatty provides quality legal services with the attentiveness and responsiveness of a small firm. Located in downtown Indianapolis, L&B is engaged in a state-wide practice, representing national, regional and local businesses, and individuals. .
After its inception, L&B expanded its practice from its traditional base of real estate law and representing the multi-family housing industry. L&B's lawyers handle a wide variety of matters, which includes practice before state and local agencies throughout Indiana, state and federal courts (both trials and appeals), the Indiana Tax Court and the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana.
L&B has acted as real estate tax consultant and counsel to owners of apartment complexes (over 60,000 units), shopping centers, office and professional buildings, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and other types of commercial and residential structures. The firm handles real estate tax appeals on a contingent fee based on the real estate tax savings which L&B obtains.
L&B brings years of experience to representing clients in all types of litigated matters, including business disputes, housing and employment discrimination, family law, personal injury, product liability claims, bankruptcy and appeals.
L&B provides transactional legal services for establishing corporations and other business entities, providing the legal work for financing and implementing projects, and legal services related to the sale or purchase of existing projects or businesses.
Depending upon the nature and complexity of the matter and the legal services to be provided, L&B charges for most of its legal services on a contingency fee or flat fee basis. Occasionally, the firm and clients prefer charging on an hourly basis. The precise fee arrangement will be established between the firm and the client before beginning work. But regardless of the type of fee arrangement, L&B does not charge for expenses such as electronic legal research, long distance phone calls, faxes, emails, standard postage or convenience copying.
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