For attorney Larry Rosen, one pleasant conversation led to years’ worth of legal work — from Donald Trump.

In 1994, Rosen was just starting out as the only tenant in one of New York City’s tallest buildings, 40 Wall St., renting a 4,000-square-foot office for less than he paid for his one-bedroom apartment.

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