Karl Runft is an experienced litigator, having represented clients in various commercial and civil matters in state and federal courts. Mr. Runft has handled cases ranging from campaign finance violations to major industrial product liability matters from case intake to trial and appeal. More recently, Mr. Runft has focused on business and real estate litigation involving partitions, commercial and residential purchase and sale agreements, construction defects, real estate broker fiduciary duties and standards of care, fraud and nondisclosure issues, commercial lease disputes, toxic contamination matters, and other general contract and business related disputes.
Mr. Runft has experience in several jurisdictions, including California, Idaho, and Wisconsin.
Mr. Runft is a graduate of the University of Chicago, where he received his BA degree, and the University of Wisconsin Law School. Mr. Runft is also a former clerk for the Chief Justice of the Idaho Supreme Court, the honorable Gerald F. Schroeder.