When he graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law 21 years ago, Richard Alembik traded his love of motorcycle racing for another kind of adrenaline rush in the courtroom. He built a litigation practice around commercial real estate development and title work.

All that changed five years ago when the economy — starting with the real estate market — crashed and burned. Now, only one of his big developer clients from the old days is still in business. “They had too many assets to declare bankruptcy, so I’m still representing them,” he said somberly.

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