ACREL & ALI Present:
Drafting Waivers of Subrogation in Commercial Leases:
Making the Shoe Fit for Landlords and Tenants
April 10, 2019 | 1:00 pm Eastern
No one shoe fits all when it comes to waivers of claims, indemnities, and insurance in commercial leases. Certain steps must be taken to get shoes on the correct feet and to ensure they fit the inevitable subrogation rights of insurance providers. Register for this webcast to size up risk mitigation options for your next lease.
Join us for a discussion of these inter-related lease provisions that can make or break a landlord’s or a tenant’s budget when bad stuff happens to or in a commercial building or elsewhere on the landlord’s property, regardless of who is at fault. Topics to be covered will include:
-Common law: Risk allocation between landlord and tenant in absence of contractual provisions addressing property damage, and liability for property damage and personal injury
-The tripod of contractual response (indemnities, liability and property insurance, and waivers of subrogation)
-Bad industry waiver of subrogation provisions
-Self-insurance and waivers of subrogation
Janet M. Johnson, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago, IL
William H. Locke, Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody, Austin, TX
Make sure to use the ACREL discount code: ACRELCA19
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We encourage you to take advantage of this special offer. If you have any questions, please contact Jaimee Taibi at email@example.com.