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Extell's Gary Barnett is giving Sheldon Solow a run for the title of NYC's most litigious developer. The developer is now suing Brown Harris Stevens (and maybe some other firms) for $48,480, the advance commission paid on a $3.2 million sale in the Upper East Side's Lucida that never ended up closing. Brown Harris Stevens says the advance commissions are non-refundable. If the court sides with Extell in these cases, maybe they can put the money towards those Rushmore refunds. [Crain's]