The U.S. Department of Justice urged a Massachusetts federal court to reject a proposed $3 million settlement in an antitrust class action alleging a multiple listing service's commission rule inflated fees, saying the deal "perpetuates the very same competitive concerns that trouble the current rule."
A tenant at a Chicago data center hub owned by Digital Realty Trust secured a $2.3 billion leasehold mortgage from Wells Fargo Bank NA, in a deal guided by Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP.
A New York federal judge has ordered HFZ Capital Group to hand over $87 million after a borrower defaulted on four loans guaranteed by the beleaguered development firm, denying its claims that an earlier foreclosure sale satisfying some of the loan was commercially unreasonable.
A law firm has prevailed in a discovery battle against a sibling duo suing it for malpractice in New Jersey state court with a ruling that the plaintiffs must provide unredacted info about the settlement they ... (more story)
Construction is underway on One Beverly Hills, Cain International's 17.5-acre, $5 billion ultra luxury "urban resort," with Latham & Watkins advising the developer on transactions related to the project.
The Boston Planning and Development Agency board approved a new building in the Fenway neighborhood that will include 500,000 square feet of office and lab space.
Frost Brown Todd LLP announced Tuesday that it has strengthened its real estate practice group with a pair of energy-savvy litigators in Dallas who came aboard from Spencer Fane LLP.
A construction contractor took the owner of several medical spa and cosmetic surgery practices to Pennsylvania state court on Friday after the healthcare firm allegedly halted projects in two Ohio suburbs and ... (more story)
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Tuesday to hear a partnership's bid to keep a $26.5 million deduction for a land conservation easement, letting stand a decision that the case was barred by a law that prohibits... (more story)
Winstead PC has announced that six attorneys have been named as shareholders in its Austin, Dallas and Charlotte, North Carolina, offices.
The U.S. Supreme Court has set aside time for the federal government to weigh in on looming oral arguments in cases to determine the constitutionality of controversial Texas and Florida laws that restrict soci... (more story)
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to probe two challenges to specific aspects of New York's rent stabilization law Tuesday after refusing to hear a facial challenge to the same law in September, but left the doo... (more story)
An activist nonprofit organization sued Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey over the requirement that the state's real estate appraisal board include at least two members of a minority race, arguing that the quota is unconstitutional.
Executives and directors of New York Community Bank were named in a new shareholder derivative suit, adding to the growing list of litigation the bank and its leaders are facing over the fallout from its acqui... (more story)
A Pennsylvania federal judge on Friday tossed the two remaining claims in a suit alleging PNC Bank NA misled a California-based customer about stopping a money transfer to a scammer, saying the bank did not br... (more story)
An Arizona federal judge on Friday paused the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's insider trading case against a former executive from modular home manufacturer Cavco Industries Inc. after the two sides ... (more story)
A Miami condominium, its former management company and various insurers agreed to settle coverage for a proposed class action accusing the condominium companies of allowing the building to deteriorate, a Flori... (more story)
The Internal Revenue Service issued a correction clarifying the tax treatment of certain gas upgrading equipment under proposed rules related to the energy credit.
A D.C. judge has stripped Florida of its federally delegated authority to permit wetlands development, ruling that U.S. environmental regulators failed to analyze the impact of their decision on endangered and... (more story)
The U.S. government has plans to strengthen Alaskan Native tribal representation on its Federal Subsistence Board, saying the U.S. Department of the Interior and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have propose... (more story)