In a corporate shareholder dispute, following a lengthy trial, a judge ordered that Michael Bomstein's client be paid half of the profits of the company so long as it continued to do business – anticipated to be in the millions -- plus $375,000 in damages. In a protracted lawsuit that wound its way to the Pennsylvania Superior Court, Bomstein successfully defended against a quiet title claim that would have invalidated a million dollar mortgage.
Most of Mike’s litigation work involves partnership disputes, real estate disputes and, in particular, title disputes. He represents both plaintiffs and defendants in these matters. In a complicated party wall case involving an apartment developer and an adjacent property owner, he successfully defended the property owner both at trial and on appeal in the Pennsylvania Superior Court. In a suit between a buyer and a seller of Main Line real estate, the buyer claimed that an error in the deed description meant that its bank could not foreclose on him. Philadelphia real estate attorney Mike Bomstein represented the seller in the quiet title case, winning the case both in court and on appeal.
Real estate transactions also are an important part of Pinnola & Bomstein's practice. The firm assists both buyers and sellers in residential and commercial transactions. If you wish to enter into a real estate transaction to buy property or a real estate transaction to sell property, we can assist you. Mike Bomstein can help you prepare a new deed or negotiate the terms of a deal, prepare agreements of sale, resolve title issues, and attend closings. He can also help you navigate your way in real estate disputes and real estate litigation.
Whether in a real estate transaction or in litigation, a good deal of a lawyer’s time is spent in the office, meeting with clients, and negotiating with opposing counsel. Today, communications are often done via email and text messaging and our firm’s clients always find that we respond quickly to them. Because our clients are often not available during customary office hours, Philadelphia real estate lawyer Michael Bomstein ordinarily sees clients from 8 o’clock in the morning to 5:30 in the afternoon, with occasional weekend appointments as may be needed.
In his fifth decade of practice as a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, business attorney Michael Bomstein is AV rated in peer review ratings compiled by the firm Martindale-Hubbell. The rating is generated from evaluations of lawyers by other members of the bar and the judiciary in the United States and Canada. AV rating is the highest rating and is considered an indicator of an attorney’s ethical standards and ability. Over the years he also has sat on the boards of legal service organizations and participated in the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Volunteers for the Indigent Program.
Whatever your legal needs, Pinnola & Bomstein will try to assist you. If you need help in a practice area that the firm does not handle, we will be happy to refer you to capable counsel. In the meantime, please feel free to navigate our website to get a better idea of what we do and how we have helped our clients over the decades.
Our clients receive our respect and full attention, along with personal service, reasonable fees and quick access to an experienced attorney. A majority of our cases come from referrals from past clients who recommended Pinnola & Bomstein as dependable and effective counselors.