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Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.’s “Watershed Case” Changes Condominium Development


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“I don’t think I’d ever received a letter like it”, read the Trump Soho memo that tripped up a criminal investigation. According to The Real Deal on October 04, 2017, the Trump Soho saga has become a “watershed case” in the world of condo litigation. As part of an investigation by TRD last year, condominium attorneys said that developers are now far more reluctant to disclose sales information to buyers’ attorneys, for fear of legal repercussions if they turn out to be wrong.

Original article from The Real Deal: “I don’t think I’d ever received a letter like it,” read the Trump Soho memo that tripped up a criminal investigation

Recent article from The New Yorker, “How Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., Avoided a Criminal Indictment”

Earlier article from The New York Times, “Donald Trump Settled a Real Estate Lawsuit”

Case study from The New York PostAdam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Prevails Against Trump Soho on Fraud Claims; Settlement Provides Millions of Dollars to Clients”

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