…Representing individuals and companies involved in meaningful development projects that revitalize areas in need throughout Connecticut…
Ed is a real estate and litigation attorney practicing at Jacobi, Case & Speranzini, located in Milford, Connecticut. As both a real estate lawyer and coming from a family of investors, Ed loves everything real estate. Ed focuses his practice on real estate transactions, land use, and litigation with an emphasis on cases involving real estate, land use, and commercial matters. Edward regularly represents purchasers, sellers, and investment teams in everything from multi-million dollar commercial real estate acquisitions to families buying a home for their first time in small towns throughout Connecticut. He is also very familiar with the land use permitting process representing applicants in all sorts of variances, special permits, and subdivisions.
Ed is also a skilled litigator. He has experience in various types of cases, including construction defect litigation, title disputes, boundary line disputes, breach of real estate contracts, land use appeals, adverse possession, municipal cases, commercial disputes, and more. Ed previously represented the City of Hartford in civil rights and real estate matters, serving as counsel to the Hartford Tax Collector and the Hartford Chief of Police. Some of his cases have made law in Connecticut.
Ed takes great pride that he represents both fortune 500 companies and local individuals in small towns in Connecticut. This has helped him to develop a skill set to serve all different types of clients and businesses in the community. Ed also takes particular interest in representing individuals and companies involved in meaningful development projects that revitalize areas in need throughout Connecticut. Coming from a family of real estate investors, he also enjoys representing investors who are seeking to supplement their income streams through investing, recognizing that this helps his clients take a step closer to achieving financial freedom in the future.
Ed decided to create this blog to help the community learn more about real estate law and provide a forum for real estate professionals to network. This blog is focused on a myriad of real estate legal issues ranging from real estate contract and lease clauses to land use, title, and litigation issues. This blog will benefit anyone interested in learning more about real estate, including seasoned professionals and those who are just getting started. Please feel free to participate in the forums and ask Ed any question you can think of!