These 10 law firms have a “key” to the AG’s office

The Real Deal ranks the busiest firms filing condominium plans for developers
By Adam Pincus | November 24, 2015 09:00AM

From the November issue: New York developers spend billions each year building Manhattan condominiums, but they can’t make a single dollar back until they get the OK to sell those units from the state Attorney General’s office.

To obtain that required approval, builders rely on a surprisingly small cadre of attorneys at a few firms to usher their projects through the regulatory process. [more]