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CRE Future Leaders: Linsey Neyt

CRE Future Leaders: Linsey Neyt

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Linsey Neyt, a partner in the real estate group at Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC. She represents both commercial landlords and tenants, helping them to plan for potential risk, future growth needs and eventual exit from the asset. Neyt has helped buyers and sellers with acquisition and disposition of commercial properties in all asset classes with special emphasis on multifamily and single-tenant properties.

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Eugene Leone;White & Case LLP

White & Case fortifies Chicago office with addition of 13 real estate lawyers

Global law firm White & Case LLP has dramatically grown its Chicago office with a team of 13 real estate lawyers, including six partners: Eugene "Gene" Leone, Marc Benjamin, Michael McKeever, David Pezza, Aaron Potter and Ruth Schoenmeyer, as well as five associates and two counsels. This new group joins the firm as part of its global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) practice and real estate industry group.

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Hall of Fame Profile: Thompson Coburn's Crystal Kennedy

Hall of Fame Profile: Thompson Coburn's Crystal Kennedy

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News publishes its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, highlighting the careers of the most talented CRE pros in our region. This year, we are running these profiles online, too. Today, we look at the career of Crystal Kennedy, partner with the St. Louis office of law firm Thompson Coburn.

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Five ways to avoid a commercial lease dispute

Five ways to avoid a commercial lease dispute

Rent is one the largest recurring expenses for many businesses. As a result, disputes about commercial leases pose the potential to have significant impacts on businesses. And commercial lease disputes can hurt the land owner or property manager too. For example, from the owner’s side, conflict about a lease can tie up property while halting or delaying receipt of revenue. The point is that disputes are costly and distracting for both sides.