The Atlanta Law Office of Scott B. Riddle represents individuals and businesses in real estate litigation and construction disputes in metro Atlanta and throughout Georgia. Scott has handled many high-profile cases in these related areas of the law.
Real Estate Litigation
Scott has significant experience in commercial and residential real estate and title litigation in state and federal courts, including the following:
- Representation of parties in several of the most high-profile cases in the State of Georgia involving claims of mortgage fraud.
- Representation of residential and commercial owners of real estate in contract disputes and litigation.
- Representation of several title insurance companies in cases involving title and coverage disputes.
- Representation of several golf course and other commercial real estate developers.
- Representation of large churches and religious institutions in out-of-court loan modifications and workouts.
- Counsel to a Receiver appointed by the District Court in the Northern District of Georgia for a real estate investment company.
- Counsel to the Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy case of Greater Atlanta Brokerage Solutions, LLC (dba Re/Max of Greater Atlanta), formerly one of the largest residential real estate brokers in the United States.
- Representation of Bankruptcy Trustees in disputes over ownership of real property, and disputes over the validity and priority of liens.
Scott has extensive experience prosecuting and defending cases in several jurisdictions in industrial and commercial construction litigation. Scott has acted as counsel to national industrial contractors, including a national contractor with a multi-million dollar claim against a Vermont power generation plant, a Louisiana based chemical company, and a national hotel contractor. Mr. Riddle has represented a national HVAC/Air Filtration company in several lawsuits regarding toxic mold in homes. He has represented homeowners and builders in water runoff litigation, contract disputes, and latent defects.