Billboard Leasing Agreements: Key Considerations for Landlords and Tenants
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide real property counsel with a review of essential provisions in billboard lease agreements. Our panel of real estate attorneys will discuss how to address the unique concerns of both landlords and tenants for various considerations, including site suitability and use restrictions, construction, rent structuring, and relocation and termination rights.
- Billboard leasing in general
- Regulatory issues
- Allocation of risks
- Considerations for owners
- Considerations for tenants
The panel will review these and other principal issues:
- What are the primary regulatory challenges for outdoor advertising and billboard leases?
- How are risks allocated between the landowner and the outdoor advertising tenant? How should lease agreements reflect risk allocation?
- How are the costs allocated for the payment of taxes, utilities, government approvals and responding to community objections?
- What are the issues unique to electronic billboards?
- What are the critical challenges for landowner/landlords and outdoor advertising tenants in negotiating and finalizing a lease agreement?
Richard F. Hamlin
Mr. Hamlin's 40+ year practice focuses on advising clients on outdoor and out-of-home advertising, among other... | Read More
Mr. Hamlin's 40+ year practice focuses on advising clients on outdoor and out-of-home advertising, among other business transactions, and litigating real estate and commercial lawsuits. He is a frequent speaker on outdoor advertising matters and on negotiating and drafting commercial leases. He is an accomplished mediator and is admitted to the bars of the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the U.S. District Courts for the Central, Southern and Northern Districts of California, the U.S. Tax Court and the U.S. Court of Claims.Close
Marnie Christine Cody
Ms. Cody's experience in outdoor advertising law is well established and dates back almost 30 years. She represents... | Read More
Ms. Cody's experience in outdoor advertising law is well established and dates back almost 30 years. She represents outdoor advertising companies, real estate developers, and landowners in cases including municipal land use violations, eminent domain, and inverse condemnation, and handles litigation in state courts and various local and state administrative boards. Southern California Super Lawyers and Los Angeles Magazines have included Ms. Cody in their list of Super Lawyers for the last three years.Close
Glenn D. Wright
Wright Law Firm
Mr. Wright has handled many billboard, retail, office and commercial leases in the New York metropolitan area for over... | Read More
Mr. Wright has handled many billboard, retail, office and commercial leases in the New York metropolitan area for over twenty years. He primarily represents property owners in outdoor advertising leases. Glenn lectures frequently on commercial leases and transactional matters. He also represents many businesses in real estate related litigation in State and Federal Courts and before local municipalities on permit and license applications.Close