Episode 1: Impending Wave of Distressed Assets & Common Types of Related Disputes
As businesses grapple with the economic fallout of the pandemic, they will require specific strategic guidance, both business and legal, depending on whether seeking to protect or acquire distressed assets. In this episode of the series, Litigation Practice Group Leader, Phil Stein, discusses the impending wave in distressed assets, types of disputes that commonly arise when an asset goes into distress, and lessons from the last recession.
Typical Litigation Issues
CMBS-Related Distressed Assets
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