Commercial Real Estate Leases
Sponsored by: Law Seminars International
Who Should Attend: Attorneys, lenders, owners, managers, brokers, leasing agents, real estate developers, and others who are involved in landlord/tenant relationships, and who deal with lease negotiation, drafting, defaults, and litigation
Why Attend: "This seminar will provide insightful, practical information useful to real estate lawyers, brokers, lenders, landlords and tenants in negotiating and enforcing commercial leases. Basic concepts will be reviewed to assure that those with less experience are not left behind, but the panel discussions and presentations will quickly focus on more sophisticated issues, providing examples and specific suggestions for dealing with real-world situations. The range of topics in this comprehensive two-day program extends from in-depth panel presentations analyzing the economic components of leases and negotiation strategies, to the nuts-and-bolts of leases, and to particular areas of interest in the current leasing market, including leases with law firms, ground leases, government leases, the impact of the green movement on leases, bankruptcy developments and telecommunications issues. The speakers are drawn from the leading leasing professionals in this area; they will help you expand and enhance your knowledge of commercial office and retail leases."
~ Program Co-Chairs: Anne K. Planning, Esq. and Sheldon J. Weisel, Esq.
What You Will Learn:
- special issues in leasing to law firms;
- the Green Movement and its impact on leasing;
- audits of operating expenses;
- negotiating strategies;
- ground, retail, and government leases;
- telecom issues of importance to building owners;
- assignments and subleases; and
- impacts of the 2005 amendments to the Bankruptcy code.