Christopher Cornwall focuses his practice on complex Commercial and Business Litigation and Construction law. With a depth of experience in litigation, Mr. Cornwall has represented corporations in business disputes, including breach of contract, tortuous interference, fraud, non-compete provisions, shareholder claims and buy-sell agreements. He has counseled business and private owners in real estate matters, including adverse possession, zoning issues, restrictive covenants, variances, boundary disputes, title issues and nuisance claims.
Mr. Cornwall has represented several large real estate companies, brokers and agents in complex real estate matters, including claims of fraud, misrepresentation and mortgage fraud. He is experienced at assisting owners and developers in drafting and negotiating construction contracts, real estate purchases, Brownfield issues and defending complex construction claims.
Mr. Cornwall has represented national and local construction companies in construction disputes, including lien and bond claims, delays, scheduling, cost escalation, differing site conditions, defective design, cardinal change, extras, and cumulative impact claims, as well as claims involving Departments of Transportation throughout the country.
- University of Michigan, B.A., 1985
- Case Western Reserve University School of Law, J.D., 1989
- Michigan, 1989
- American Bar Association ABA
- Federal Bar Association
- State Bar of Michigan
- Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association
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