Detroit, MI – On October 9, 2013, Segal McCambridge associate Andrew M. Harris secured favorable trial judgments on behalf of commercial real estate management company NAI Farbman, which was seeking to recover possession of rented premises and past rent dues from two separate tenants. The Honorable William Richards, who presided over the trials, granted Segal McCambridge’s client its request for possession judgments, and later granted money judgments in both cases.
During the initial September hearings, the first tenant, Hudson Company, disputed the amount of rent owed, claiming its delinquency was thousands less than the amount Farbman alleged. Similarly, the second tenant, Touching Lives We Care, claimed there was an additional lease amendment and unaccounted payments, which would reduce the organization’s delinquency. The judge granted Farbman’s request for possession judgments in both matters, but adjourned the money damages portion of the cases for separate trials. Two weeks later, Mr. Harris appeared again before the 46th District Court, where in both cases money judgments were awarded in his client’s favor.
Mr. Harris is an attorney in the firm’s Detroit office. He counsels and represents clients in all aspects of commercial real estate, premise liability, business transactions disputes, and construction contracts and disputes. Mr. Harris also actively represents clients in federal and state tax law matters. Mr. Harris has extensive experience in the defense of lawyers and accountants in professional liability cases.