With fierce attention to detail, Caitlin Grant is a determined advocate in commercial real estate disputes, including landlord-tenant, adverse possession, and easement proceedings. She also advises clients on general commercial litigation throughout Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia.
Caitlin helps commercial property owners and tenants resolve real estate disputes both in and out of court, including issues like unpaid or late rent, evictions, property damage or defects, tenant rights, repairs, lease renewals and terminations, common area maintenance, and leasehold improvements. She also represents property owners in disputes related to title and easements. She does this by analyzing the best path forward for her clients, whether that is settlement or trial, and then preparing extensively.
In addition to real estate-related matters, Caitlin represents business owners, condominiums, management companies, and nonprofits in many general business disputes, including contract matters, discrimination and unpaid wages allegations, unfair housing claims, and tax exemptions. She also serves as local counsel in both federal and state courts for a variety of civil matters.
A Bethesda native, Caitlin is a graduate of Georgetown Visitation, Georgetown University, and American University Washington College of Law. She serves on the board of Rebuilding Together. Caitlin also enjoys playing golf and sailing, especially in scenic locations like her favorite getaway in Chautauqua, New York.
The Honorable Nelson W. Rupp, Jr. (Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland)