Weimert And Judicial Scrutiny Of Prosecutorial Judgment

Law360, New York (March 11, 2016, 5:14 PM EST) -- Daniel Wenner

Sunita Paknikar A seller of commercial real estate lists his building at $32 million, but he would be happy to take $28 million. A buyer offers to buy the building for $27 million, but he would be happy to pay $30 million. In response to the buyer's offer, the seller counters with $30 million. The buyer claims he can't pay that much (even though he can) and counters with $28 million. The seller responds that he can't sell it for that little (even though he can) and counters with $29 million. The buyer accepts, and the deal closes at...

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