Lehman Brothers' real estate at center of disputes

The collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings in September has left creditors and lenders fighting over the estimated $43 billion in property holdings the company had. The typical play of convincing a bankruptcy court judge that boosting investments in property will increase the estate's value over time is not as effective in the current commercial real estate market.

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