About Us

We excel in every aspect of meeting and exceeding the expectations and needs of our clients.

John Lueder began practicing community association law and litigation after graduating from law school in 1995.  With over nine years of experience in 2004, John began The Lueder Law Firm, LLC.  As the practice continued to grow, Joe Larkin and Brendan Hunter joined the firm in 2005 and 2006, respectively.  The name of the firm was subsequently changed in 2010 to Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC.  Today, the firm has broad practice areas that include community association law, collections, civil litigation defense, residential closings, real estate development, workers compensation defense, general litigation, commercial closings, and foreclosures.

Our attorneys, paralegals, and staff excel in every aspect of meeting and exceeding the expectations and needs of our clients.

The success of our firm is based upon four principles. The first is that we are responsive to our clients. We promptly return phone calls, emails, and letters. No matter the growth we have had, we continue to provide individual attention to our clients. The second principle is that we provide a high level of service.  When clients have entrusted their legal needs to us, they can be sure of the excellence of service they will receive. The third principle is that people do business with people they like. We are a very personable firm. We enjoy speaking and meeting with our clients. Finally, the fourth principle is simply that we do the right thing. We are more concerned with client satisfaction than monthly billable hours.

We are not the usual law firm. We take a high degree of pride in consistently achieving these four principles that make up the culture of our firm.  Our attorneys, paralegals, and staff excel in every aspect of meeting and exceeding the expectations and needs of our clients.

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Community Matters – Fall 2017 Edition

The Fall 2017 edition features an article about important new bankruptcy rules, forms and deadlines (by Daniel Melchi), an article discussing the...