2021 Lawyers in Real Estate Awards
Chair of the litigation department at Cox, Castle & Nicholson
Extensive experience litigating a broad range of commercial disputes
Southern California Super Lawyers, 2012-2021
Edward Quigley is a litigation attorney with vast experience in handling complex litigation, including construction claims, insurance coverage disputes, and general commercial litigation. He’s chair of the litigation department at Cox, Castle & Nicholson and represents developers, lending institutions, property owners, lessees, managers, real estate investors, and others involved in the real estate industry.
Quigley has extensive experience litigating a broad range of commercial disputes including construction claims and disputes, partnership/corporate governance disputes, fraud & breach of fiduciary duty claims, valuation disputes, lease disputes, unfair business practice claims, insurance coverage litigation (CGL, Property, E&O and D&O policies), breach of contract and easement disputes, and non-disclosure claims. His experience extends into state court, federal court, private arbitration and public works arbitration at the trial court and appellate levels.
Below is a sampling of the matters Quigley has represented:
- Projects successfully litigated include Hotels, High Rise condominiums, industrial buildings, master planned communities, infrastructure projects, Resort developments, golf courses, assisted living facilities, burial sites, high-end homes, and landsides/soil instability impacting all of the above.
- Prosecuted interrelated, complex claims following a $1-billion loss on a 1600-acre resort development in Hawaii. The claims included pursuit of $120 million in completion bonds for on-site and offsite highway and roadway improvements; $100 plus million in claims against the developer and lender for failure to complete a clubhouse, oceanside recreation facility, and sewer, electrical and water infrastructure; lender liability claims as a result of lender control of the project following developer default ;in excess of $35 million in breach of fiduciary duty claims against a project association and related E&O insurance claims.
- Prosecuted $65 million in claims against a first party insurer, contractors, third party insurers and developer on behalf of the project lender following a landslide that devastated a high-end California resort.
These are some of the reasons that we named Quigley to our California grouping of Lawyers in Real Estate. These are real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in both their practice and the larger community.