Amy Hunt is a commercial litigator with a practice focused on resolving real property disputes, including concentrations in the following areas: analysis of coverage and exclusions in insurance policies, representation of title insurance companies, defense counsel for insureds, defalcation and fraud recovery, resolution of access, easement and boundary issues, mechanic’s lien defense, subrogation litigation, and title curative measures. Ms. Hunt also handles the defense of attorneys in malpractice actions and resolution of business disputes.
Amy also represents debtors and creditors in business bankruptcies and financial reorganizations, under Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
With a central location in Charlotte, Ms. Hunt is strategically located to practice in all state and federal courts in both North Carolina and South Carolina. She has experience in real estate law, creditors’ rights, foreclosures, litigation, construction law, and bankruptcy (including on both the creditor side and the Chapter 11 debtor side), along with the judgment to use these skills to the best benefit of her clients. As part of a team of real estate, bankruptcy, and title resolution lawyers, Ms. Hunt leverages Offit Kurman’s diverse practice areas to craft comprehensive and creative solutions to real estate problems efficiently and effectively.
Mt. Club Ass’n v. Mt. Club at Cashiers, LLC, 2020 N.C. App. LEXIS 478 (2020) Affirmed granting of lender’s Summary Judgment Motion regarding ownership of a clubhouse in a planned community.
In re: Radcliff, 263 N.C. App. 165 (2018) Affirming junior lienholder’s Motion to Re-Open the Upset Bid Period in a power-of-sale foreclosure.
In re: Fox Den Dev., LLC, 245 N.C. App. 328 (2016) (unpublished) Affirming trial court’s denial of a foreclosure.
In re: Glass, 240 N.C. App. 293 (2015) (unpublished) Affirming trial court’s order authorizing foreclosure.
Segars v. Fidelity Nat’l Title Ins. Co., 2014 S.C. App. Unpub. LEXIS 110 (2014) Affirmed granting of Summary Judgment Motion on title insurance coverage matter.
Fifth Third Mortg. Co. v. Miller, 202 N.C. App. 757 (2010) Affirmed granting of Summary Judgment Motion in lien priority dispute.
"When the Plaintiff Attorney Subpoenas Medical Records & Other Ethical Conundrums," Ethics – North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys, Greensboro, North Carolina, October 2019 (Presenter)
“North Carolina Real Property Case Law Update,” Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Charlotte, North Carolina, February 2019 (Presenter)
“North Carolina Real Property Case Law Update,” North Carolina Bar Association, Cary, North Carolina, October 2018 (Presenter)
“North Carolina Real Property Case Law Update,” Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Charlotte, North Carolina, February 2018 (Presenter)
“North Carolina Real Property Case Law Update,” North Carolina Bar Association, Cary, North Carolina, October 2017 (Presenter)
"Ethical Violations and Claims Making (Or How to Be a Double Threat!),” North Carolina Land Title Association Annual Convention, Asheville, NC, September 2015 (Presenter)
"Recent Trends in Title Insurance Claims,” A Southern Land Title Agency Summer Update, Southern Pines, NC, July 2015 (Presenter)
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