Neal Levin Quoted in Crain's Chicago Business

A Chicago-area developer is being sued by a bank over allegations that he discounted and sold his mother two pieces of real estate in an effort to shield assets. RBS Citizens had served as the lender to Richard S. Gammonley for two failed condominium projects, which foreclosed in 2012. Freeborn attorney Neal H. Levin, Team Leader of the Fraud & Internal Investigations Practice Group, provided commentary to Crain's Chicago Business on the lawsuit, saying "No doubt there will be an argument whether Mom paid as much as they would have sold for on the market." Mr. Levin's comments appeared on March 24 in the article "Developer Sued over Condo Deal with Mom." 

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