To say that there is an air of pessimism in the commercial real estate market would be something of an understatement.

With ominous terms like “tranche warfare” and “debt stack” being tossed around, and fears mounting over the health of U.S. commercial mortgage lenders and China’s growing real estate bubble, real estate lawyers can be forgiven for feeling as if they’re under siege.

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