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Hotel Industry Hit Hard by Defaults: Bankruptcy may provide opportunities for investors

May 31, 2010 Media Coverage

North Bay Business Journal
May 31, 2010
"Hotel Industry Hit Hard by Defaults: Bankruptcy may provide opportunities for investors "
Farella Braun + Martel's Restructuring & Insolvency practice attorneys Dean Gloster and Gary Kaplan were quoted on how bankruptcies may provide opportunities for investors and buyers to purchase high-profile properties at favorable costs. 

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