Law360, New York (January 1, 2013, 2:32 PM EST) -- With the real estate market waking up from the downturn, attorneys say shifts in the industry will spark whole new rounds of litigation in 2013, while Hurricane Sandy has ensured East Coast courtrooms will have plenty of property-related cases on their dockets in the coming months.
It may seem like real estate litigation has hit a lull as suits from the mortgage crisis die down and get settled, and the spike in commercial mortgage-backed securities litigation prophesied for 2012 never materialized as lenders and borrowers worked things out away from the courtroom. But intercreditor suits questioning how contract rights should play...
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