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Politics May Curb Legal Rows Over Broken Sochi Hotel Deals

Law360, New York (February 7, 2014, 7:20 PM EST) -- Although a public commotion has been made over several Sochi hotels being unfinished at the start of the Olympic games, disputes over broken contractual promises are likely to be taken care of privately in deference to Russia’s stake in many of the properties — unless corruption scandals force matters into the open, attorneys say

The brouhaha that has shrouded the beginning of the Sochi games has, at its foundations, the makings of bitter legal fights over missed deadlines and contract breaches tied to the hotel complex known as Gorky Gorod. But the issues are unlikely to be dragged through the mud...

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