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Jason Lien and Cyri Van Hecke Co-Author Article for Finance & Commerce on Post-Pandemic Real Estate and Construction Litigation

June 3, 2021

Partner Jason Lien and attorney Cyri Van Hecke, members of Maslon's Litigation Group, co-authored an article for Finance & Commerce titled "Three Considerations for Post-Pandemic Real Estate and Construction Litigation." The article explores important questions companies should ask in the face of legal challenges involving interruptions to their business, commercial and residential leases and mortgages, and emergency orders that impact legal deadlines.

As litigation attorneys, Jason and Cyri represent railroads, real estate companies, design professionals, contractors, suppliers, owners, financial institutions, and other public and private entities in a variety of real estate and construction litigation matters. Both regularly appear on behalf of clients in state and federal courts, arbitrations and administrative proceedings in Minnesota and nationwide.

To read the full article, go to: Finance & Commerce – "Three Considerations for Post-Pandemic Real Estate and Construction Litigation."


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