New Perspectives in Commercial Leasing (2002)
This program recording covers an array of timely topics of particular interest to attorneys who practice in this field. The speakers examine important issues in the changing commercial leasing practice from the viewpoint of large corporate users, landlords and tenants. The program addresses, among other topics, the large corporate user’s need for flexibility, lease issues impacting occupancy costs, exit strategies, tenant buildouts and construction agreements, the role of the Internet in commercial leasing practice, ground leases and mortgageability, special issues for retail tenants, and tenant rights of expansion, contraction and renewal. Particular issues and experiences that have occurred as a result of the September 11th tragedy are also highlighted in the presentations.
· Lease Escalations and Services
· Exit Strategies and Assignment and Subletting
· Current Developments in Tenant Buildouts and Construction Agreements
· Why the Internet Still Matters in Commercial Leasing
· Latest Developments in Ground Leases and Mortgageability
· Special Concerns of Retail Tenants
· Special Tenant Rights and Options
· Concerns of Large Corporate Tenants
· New Challenges After 9/11
Robert J. Sansky,
Wanda N. Goodloe,
Alison S. Lewis,
Kenneth G. Ray,
Ronald D. Sernau,
William C. Viets,
Total MCLE Credits 6.5
Ethics MCLE Credits 0.0
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