- Commercial Litigation
- Real Estate & Commercial Landlord-Teant Litigation
- Construction Law
Amy Purwin Hunt is a seasoned commercial litigator who focuses her practice on resolving business and real property disputes. Her practice includes litigation, real estate law, appellate law, foreclosures, contract law, business disputes, construction law, creditors’ rights, and bankruptcy, along with the judgment to use these skills to achieve the best outcome for her clients.
In her real estate litigation practice, Amy’s regularly handles the analysis of restrictive covenant issues; defense counsel for title insurance insureds; defalcation and fraud recovery; mechanics lien defense; resolution of access, easement, encroachment, and boundary issues; subrogation litigation; title curative measures; and analysis of coverage and exclusions in title insurance policies.
Amy regularly represents and advises owners, developers, lenders, contractors, and business owners in claims involving business torts, including fraud, misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, and unfair and deceptive trade practices, and contractual claims arising from a variety of business relationships and transactions. Amy also defends attorneys facing legal malpractice claims.
Based in Charlotte, Amy is strategically located to practice in all state and federal courts in both North Carolina and South Carolina.
As a member of the firm’s team, she leverages Alexander Ricks’ transactional practice areas to craft practical, comprehensive, and creative solutions to problems efficiently and effectively. An experienced appellate attorney, Amy also regularly argues cases in the North Carolina appellate courts.
Prior to joining the firm, Amy was with Offit Kurman (formerly Horack, Talley, Pharr & Lowndes).