Todd Norman is Co-Chairperson of the Litigation Practice Group and Co-Chair of the Probate Litigation department.
Norman is an experienced commercial litigator with a strong emphasis on probate, real estate, creditor’s rights, construction and business disputes.
He has years of experience in commercial litigation fields, including real property litigation, banking, creditor’s rights, contract disputes, construction litigation, probate matters, partition, landlord-tenant disputes, anti-trust law, and governmental zoning and land use litigation.
His corporate clients range from multinational financial institutions to contractors, developers and banking institutions with important regional presence. He provides statewide representation for some of the nation’s foremost corporate citizens.
Norman is experienced in probate litigation, including will contests, claims of undue influence or lack of capacity, probate accountings, actions brought against personal representatives or trustees, elective share issues and actions involving creditor claim.
His level of experience was acquired by representing such clients as prominent regional and national development corporations, a state university and one of the nation’s largest school districts.
Norman has practiced before state and federal courts, administrative agencies and American Arbitration Association panels. These include numerous bench and jury trials.
In addition to his trial experience, he also has significant appellate experience in both the state and federal court appellate systems. Norman has over a dozen reported decisions to his credit, many of which establish important legal precedents for future commercial disputes.
Norman is involved in various professional and community organizations.