Marc Simpson practices in the area of Real Estate Litigation. He works on many types of real estate cases that wind up in court, including:
Since starting at Stinson Leonard Street in 1987, Marc has represented a broad range of individuals, businesses and government entities in mediations, arbitrations, condemnation commissioners hearings, tax court trials and district court trials.
Marc has a particular interest in cases involving real estate values and enjoys working with appraisers, brokers and other real estate professionals in determining the fair market value of real estate. He worked on the largest condemnation case in Minnesota history, representing Hennepin County in the taking of land in downtown Minneapolis for the new Minnesota Twins ballpark. He also regularly helps property owners in reducing their property taxes by establishing a lower assessed market value for their property.
Marc’s representative experience includes cases involving condemnation/eminent domain, real estate purchase agreements, commercial landlords/tenants, land use, property taxes, foreclosures/receiverships, boundary disputes and quiet title actions.
Real Estate Purchase Agreements
Quiet Title Cases