Roy Kaufmann is counsel to Jackson & Campbell, P.C. and is a member of the General Litigation, Business, and Real Estate practice groups.
His law practice focuses on litigation and transactional matters involving the purchase, sale, operation, titling, and financing of Real Estate and businesses, as well as licensing, employment, contract, and commercial leasing issues. He also serves in various fiduciary capacities as trustee for large trusts with holdings in the United States and abroad.
Mr. Kaufmann’s breadth of trial, appellate, and transaction experience in real estate , title, contract, and business matters has made him well-known in the legal and business communities. He is a frequent lecturer to the Bar and to Real Estate professionals on complex property and title issues. He has served as Chair of the District of Columbia Bar’s Real Estate, Housing, and Land Use Section, currently serves as the Chair of the Legislative Committee of that Section, and has also served as the lobbyist for the D.C. Land Title Association, the trade group representing title underwriters and agents in the District of Columbia and he is a frequent commentator and drafter of legislation.
Mr. Kaufmann serves as an arbitrator on the American Arbitration Association’s Large, Complex Case and Commercial Panels and has been appointed as an arbitrator more than 75 times by the American Arbitration Association. Cases have included complex contract disputes, construction and architect matters, corporate acquisitions, as well as real estate matters, title, fraud, and corporate governance disputes.
Mr. Kaufmann is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, District of Columbia Court of Appeals, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.
Mr. Kaufmann has earned an AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest recognition achievable for professional ability and ethics.
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