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Trends in Healthcare Real Estate

April 12, 2014

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Here are a few trends that owners of healthcare real estate will want to be aware of, Trends You Need to Know as an Owner of Healthcare Real Estate.

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This Is No Typo: a 5-Year-Old Lawsuit Can Result in a Settlement of “1 Dollar”

December 28, 2013

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I honestly had to look at this carefully, with scrutiny, thinking I was reading it wrong, or if there were some missing zeroes. But I couldn’t wrap my finger around it. It definitely was what it, well, was – one measly green Washington piece of paper as an awarded ‘settlement.’ This pertains to a New […]

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Difficulties in recovering attorney’s fees associated with disputes over residential construction defects

November 19, 2013

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Attorney’s fees are a fact of life when you have to go to court. Normally, unless your purchase agreement/contract contains a provision for recovering these fees in the event that litigation becomes necessary, you’re going to have to pay your attorney yourself and you won’t be able to get that money back. When consideration is […]

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Finding the Right Expert for Your Needs

November 12, 2013

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Whether you’re a building owner or a builder, finding a neutral forensic expert associated with a defect claim can be a difficult proposition. You need someone that will remain completely objective throughout the handling of the claim and not become an advocate solely for either party. You need someone who will look at all of […]

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