Developers Seek Escape From Leaning Millennium Tower Suit

Law360, San Francisco (July 20, 2017, 10:45 PM EDT) -- The Millennium Tower's individual and corporate developers and managers asked a San Francisco judge Thursday to end claims against them brought by residents who bought units in the building that is now sinking, saying the residents couldn't prove marketing materials had defrauded or misled them about the building's tilting woes.

Millennium attorney Peter C. Meier of Paul Hastings LLP said the residents had relied on the marketing and disclosures to allege negligent misrepresentation and fraud, but said none of his clients — the development and finance companies behind the project, as well as three of their founders and one executive —...

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