In their Financing column, Joshua Sohn and Jason Goldstein, members of DLA Piper, write that two new cases concerning disputes between senior lenders and mezzanine lenders suggest that the general principle that New York courts will strictly enforce arms-length commercial real estate agreements may not be quite the hard-and-fast rule that many expect it to be.
Not So Fast: Equitable Arguments Slow Foreclosures
New York Law Journal
January 16, 2013
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