Business and Real Estate Attorneys in Arlington County

Business and Real Estate Attorneys in Arlington County

Our firm represents individuals and businesses across Arlington County in all real estate and business matters. From our satellite office located at Tysons Corner, we provide full service representation in our areas of practice. At Fox & Moghul, you are hiring a team of focused professionals who have repeatedly advised others like you before.

 Real estate broker litigation

Commercial and Residential Leasing/Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Condominium/Homeowners Association (HOAs) and Real Estate Cooperatives

Construction Litigation (General/Sub Contractors Classes A, B and C)

New Home Construction and Builder Contract Disputes

Mold litigation

Title disputes and real estate settlements

NVAR Real Estate purchase and sale contract disputes

Partition actions

Mechanic’s liens and stop notices

Property management

Real estate appraiser malpractice

Quiet title actions

Adverse Possession Claims

Easement and Boundary Line Disputes

Injunctions (nuisance, trespass etc.)

Business Partnership Disputes

Shareholder or LLC or Partner derivative litigation

Business Purchase and Sales

Contract Actions

Trademark and Copyright


Business Fraud

Business Conspiracy

Fiduciary Duty Litigation

Tortious Interference

Non-Compete Agreements

Injunctions and Temporary Restraining Orders (TROs)

Employment Agreements

Customized LLC Operating Agreements

Representative Cases:

  • Successful Challenge to Venue In International Business Dispute. Represented foreign corporation in complex international business dispute spanning several continents. Plaintiff filed a breach of contract claim against client in Virginia. We filed a motion to dismiss for improper venue under Va. Code 8.01-264 and sought costs and attorney’s fees pursuant to Va. Code 8.01-266. Plaintiff eventually non-suited their claim.
  • Non-Disparagement Clauses in Consumer Contracts. This was an interesting case involving the enforcement of a non-disparagement clause in standard form consumer contracts, a property rental agreement. Client had published comments about a well-known property management company. A clause in the contract prohibited the use of any “disparaging” language against the other. We successfully dismissed all claims against the client after substantial motions practice.
  • Dismissal of $160,000 Commercial Unlawful Detainer case against Tenant. We represented a Tenant in a commercial leasing dispute who was being evicted for alleged nonpayment of rent. The Firm was able to mount a successful defense based on COVID-related defenses, and due to defects with the underlying notices served upon client. Case was dismissed.

Recent Published Works

If you require the services of an experienced real estate and business litigation law firm, please call our office to set up a consult. Past cases are not a guarantee of future results. Each case is unique and depends on the facts of that specific case.


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