Fla. Must Learn From Recession-Era Litigation

Law360, New York (January 17, 2014, 11:40 AM EST) -- Prior to the 2008 recession, the South Florida skyline was teeming with cranes as the real estate market boomed. But then the newly or partially completed projects remained empty as developers and brokers were unable to sell residential and commercial properties and projects.

With the entire real estate community reeling, brokers, developers, lenders, investors, buyers and sellers often turned to the courthouse to resolve issues that emerged as the South Florida real estate market was plummeting. As we emerge from the recession, a review of the...
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