What do a commercial litigator, a divorce attorney, an eminent domain lawyer, a banking attorney and a general practitioner have in common? At some point, each will encounter real property, either as the subject of litigation or as collateral in a settlement agreement, writes Emily M. Herbster. Also in this report, "Title Insurance Issues That Can Arise in Litigation and Transactions," "Assignment of Rents Post-TARA: Frankly, Counsel Must Give a Damn" and "Understanding Cleanup Statutes."
Special Report: Law of the Land
March 21, 2012