Primarily calculated in contract law, reliance damages are designed to return a party to the economic position that party would have been in if the party had not acted in reliance upon another party's failed promise or obligation. There are typically two main causes of action to collect reliance damages: breach of contract and the doctrine of...
MARK A. KIRSCH is a principal and Chair of Cohen and Wolf's Real Estate Group and a member of the Commercial Lending and Common Interest Communities Groups. Resident in the firm's Bridgeport office, Mr. Kirsch practices in the area of commercial real estate, where he is involved in all aspects of acquisition, financing, leasing, conveyance and development. He has extensive experience representing banks and other financial institutions in commercial lending transactions, including asset-based and real estate secured loans. He also devotes significant time to the law of common interest communities, including drafting offering statements and other formation documents, community association borrowing, and reviewing and amending common interest community governing instruments.
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1115 Broad Street Bridgeport, Connecticut