Christine E. Sindall’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation. She represents clients in litigation related to real estate, construction, business, contract, landlord-tenant, and other civil disputes. She also represents clients in transactional matters relating to the construction and leasing of real estate assets.
Ms. Sindall’s litigation experience includes representing large government entities in complex real estate disputes related to transit-oriented developments, state procurement law, eminent domain and condemnation actions, and breach of contract claims related to alleged official misconduct. She has also represented large commercial real estate developers and property owners in a wide variety of litigation, including corporate control fights, fraud claims, fiduciary duty disputes, conversion actions, and alleged architectural malpractice. Her litigation experience also includes the successful representation of numerous commercial property owners, including publicly traded national real estate investment trusts, in the defense and prosecution of lease and property-related claims in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Ms. Sindall joined BBS&G in 2007. Prior to joining the firm, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Nelson W. Rupp, Jr. in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland.