ACREL and ABA Present:
Special Leasing Issues in Today's Economy
For all questions please contact Khadijah Kellogg at email or 312-988-5260.
The two 90-minute CLE sessions will explore the various options available to landlords and tenants in regards to handling these special lease issues, including providing practical tips on how best to protect your client's interests on these issues. Program speakers are industry leaders with in-depth knowledge and expertise.
The Top Ten Things Real Estate Transactional Lawyers Should Know
About Tenant Bankruptcies in Today's Economy
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
1:00 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern
Cheryl Kelly, Thompson Coburn LLP, St. Louis, MO
Trev Peterson, Knudsen, Berkheimer, Richardson & Endacott, LLP, Lincoln, NE
The program will review and discuss how a transactional real estate lawyer can best protect his client (whether landlord or tenant) in the event of a tenant bankruptcy; including discussions on the following topics:
- What terms should be in the lease to protect the landlord/tenant?
- What actions can and should be taken by the tenant prior to and after filing?
- What actions can and should be taken by the landlord prior to and after tenant's filing?
- What can you expect from the bankruptcy court?
- How long will it take?
Special Lease Situations: Build-to-Suit Leases and Sale-Leasebacks
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
1:00 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern
Sujata Yalamanchili, Hodgson Russ LLP, Buffalo, NY
Loretta Kelly, Equus Capital Partners, LTD., Philadelphia, PA
Brian Crist, Ice Miller, Indianapolis, IN
The program will provide an overview of certain key legal considerations for two types of specialized lease transactions: sale-leasebacks and build-to-suit leases. We will examine the accounting and tax treatment of sale-leaseback transactions, including whether they might be characterized as financing transactions, rather than a true lease. We also will provide practical suggestions for negotiating key terms to protect both landlords and tenants in sale-leasebacks. In addition, we will review the various complex issues that face a landlord and tenant in a build-to-suit transaction, from the project planning phase through financing, construction and completion. The program will examine a number of the practical considerations unique to a build-to-suit transaction that should be addressed by the parties in negotiating the lease.
Make sure to use the ACREL discount code for great savings. Please note:
- Each registrant must register individually
- If there are multiple attorneys of the same firm, the additional attendee rate of $75 is applicable.
- The pricing for an individual session is $95 and $152 for the series with the ACREL Discount.
Promo code: CRP18ET10
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This program is jointly sponsored by the ABA Section of Real Property, Trust & Estate Law and the American College of Real Estate Lawyers