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MSF in Commercial Observer

A $50 million B-piece originated by DekaBank was also purchased by SL Green, a source said.

A representative for CWCapital did not immediately respond to a request for comment. SL Green declined to comment. A representative for DekaBank said the transaction could not be verified due to the time difference with Germany.

Stephen Meister, who represents Ralph and David Sitt, said "Ralph enjoys an excellent relationship with SL Green and looks forward to resolving the matter."

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Attorneys Mentioned: Stephen B. Meister

Ocean Grill Sues UWS Landlord for Forcing It to Shutter
Commercial Observer, December 22, 2015

“My client’s complaint speaks for itself,” Ocean Grill’s attorney Stephen Meister of Meister Seelig & Fein, told CO. “We intend to hold GTIS Partners accountable for their breach of the lease.”

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Attorneys Mentioned: Stephen B. Meister

Among possible bidders will be Gemini’s former president, William Obeid, who is suing both Mr. Massaro and their other co-founder, Christopher La Mack. The trio founded the real estate company in 2003. Each founder shared one-third interest in the company.

But in 2013, Mr. Obeid, who was the face of company and ran the successful hotel division, felt he should get more of the pie. After telling his co-founders how he felt, they removed him from the role as president of the company and “set out to destroy the hotel division,” according to Mr. Obeid’s lawyer Stephen Meister.

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Attorneys Mentioned: Stephen B. Meister

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