DLA Real Estate Litigation Chair Sees Fights To Stay In Deals

Law360, Minneapolis (January 10, 2018, 12:42 PM EST) -- Real estate buyers are increasingly seeing sellers use litigation to try to push them out of deals in favor of better offers on the table, a stark contrast to the Great Recession, when litigation instead often stemmed from financial troubles or buyers trying to get out of deals, DLA Piper's national real estate litigation practice co-chair Mark McKeen told Law360 in a recent interview.

Buyers and sellers have differing approaches to enforcing or taking legal action on aspects of purchase and sale agreements depending on the...
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