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Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and its developer clients won a reprieve last week on New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s bid to force the firm to release some $16 million from an escrow account for a 41-story luxury condominium project on the Hudson River in Manhattan. Several condominium buyers at the Rushmore development who wanted their deposits back because of a one-digit typo made by a Stroock lawyer that altered a closing date in the project’s offering documents were backed by the attorney general, who ordered the money released from escrow.

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