What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Key Issues to Resolve BEFORE an Office Lease Is Signed

On-demand

What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Key Issues to Resolve BEFORE an Office Lease Is Signed

Recorded On 06/13/2019

COURSE DETAILS

Our expert panelists discuss many of the most important lease issues that both landlords and tenants should consider before signing an office lease, which may include:

  • SNDAs and Estoppels
  • Rights of First Offer and Refusal
  • Hidden Costs in CAM and Operating Expenses
  • Lease Financeability
  • Confidentiality
  • Establishing Fair Market Value for Lease Renewals
  • Net vs. Gross Leases
  • Credit Issues of Landlords and Tenants
  • Contraction and Termination Rights
  • Relocation Rights
  • Insurance

 

FACULTY

Program Co-Sponsor: Commercial Lease Law Insider Faculty: Robert Reichman and Jonathan Weiss, Greenspoon Marder LLP

About the Speakers

Robert Reichman is a partner at Greenspoon Marder LLP and co-chair of its Corporate Real Estate Practice Group. He has more than 30 years of experience as a real estate lawyer representing tenants and landlords in the leasing of office, retail, and industrial properties, as well as acquisitions, divestitures, and financing of office buildings and shopping centers. Mr. Reichman concentrates his practice in corporate real estate and representing multinational companies in their office leasing requirements and dispositions throughout the U.S. and abroad. He has served on the advisory boards of numerous title insurance companies and is a member of the Board of Advisors of the monthly newsletter Commercial Lease Law Insider, published by The Habitat Group.

Jonathan Weiss is a partner at Greenspoon Marder LLP and co-chair of its Corporate Real Estate Practice Group. He has extensive experience in Corporate Real Estate with an emphasis on representing large global companies in leasing, subleasing, development, acquisition, disposition, and financing of office space throughout the U.S. and internationally. A significant portion of his practice focuses on negotiating and drafting New York City office and retail leases and subleases, regularly representing both landlords and tenants.

CLE CREDITS

2 NY CLE Credits; 2 Skills
 

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