Stuart Kane Partner, Eve Brackmann, Receives LACBA Award
Stuart Kane is proud to announce Eve Brackmann, partner in the real estate litigation group, will receive the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) Real Property Section Outstanding Young Lawyer Award for 2014. The 16th Annual Real Property Section Installation and Awards Dinner will take place on Thursday, May 29 at the InterContinental Los Angeles to honor Brackmann and the other award recipients for excellence in real property law.
Brackmann handles commercial disputes in California and federal court, specializing in real estate litigation and trials. With a background in large-firm business litigation, she has honed her practice to focus on real estate matters such as shopping center disputes, boundary and easement disputes, development-related matters, commercial unlawful detainer, assessment appeals and complex commercial construction-defect litigation. Her clients include business owners, shopping center and other commercial property owners and developers, private investors, mortgage companies, banks, grocery companies, a national defense contractor and an international private jet company. In addition to her litigation practice, Brackmann has a stellar record on appeal. Of her many successful appeals, one included a brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, and two were published opinions on issues of first impression.
The LACBA is the largest metropolitan bar association in the country. It was founded over 125 years ago and currently has over 25,000 members that actively participate in over 100 committees. The Real Property Section focuses on all aspects of real property law, both transactions and litigation. There are six subsections including: commercial development and leasing, construction law, general real property, land use planning and environmental law, real estate finance and title insurance.