New York-Based Ropes & Gray Lawyers Author Real Estate Chapter of PLC Annual Handbook

December 1, 2012
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Ropes & Gray real estate partner David Djaha, counsel Laurie Nelson, both based in the firm’s New York office, authored the U.S. section of the 2012/2013 Practical Law Company’s Corporate Real Estate Handbook. Read the full text here.

The handbook reports on trends in the corporate real estate market, serves as a practical guide to cross-border investment in real estate and is distributed to in-house counsel at the world’s leading real estate investment companies.

The PLC Which Lawyer? guide also recently ranked Ropes & Gray’s real estate practice as “recommended” in New York and Boston, and cited David Djaha as a leader in his field. The firm’s environmental practice was also “recommended” in Boston, and recognized partner Peter Alpert as a leader in his field. PLC Which Lawyer? provides independently researched market intelligence on lawyers active in core commercial practice areas.