Curbside Pickup: Revising Leases for Increased Common Area Use and Costs, Signage, Additional Insurance
A live 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will advise real estate attorneys that represent landlords and tenants on the increased liabilities and legal issues related to curbside pickups, an increasingly utilized practice to comply with OSHA and CDC safety guidance related to COVID-19. The panel will address the need for potential increased signage and insurance coverage, how leases should be negotiated to address such activities, and how costs should be distributed amongst tenants with vastly different usage rates of common areas such as parking lots.
- Legal guidelines
- Lease restrictions
- Common area use
- Common area maintenance costs
- Additional insureds
- Legal restrictions
- Zoning and land use
- Best practices
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- How should landlords allocate the cost of increased common area use by limited numbers of tenants in a multi-tenant property?
- How can landlords and tenants address sign restrictions while providing for curbside pickup?
- What type of additional insurance should landlords require due to increased potential risks associated with curbside pickup?
- What are the best practices for amending a lease to allow curbside pickups? Should these be long-term or short-term considerations?
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Mr. Diamant utilizes his broad real estate and corporate expertise to act as a trusted advisor for his clients and help... | Read More
Mr. Diamant utilizes his broad real estate and corporate expertise to act as a trusted advisor for his clients and help them navigate complex retail, office, industrial and multifamily projects. His practice includes acquisition/disposition, development, leasing, real estate partnership formation and financing work for a wide variety of real estate assets.Close
Patrick R. MacQueen
MacQueen & Gottlieb
Mr. MacQueen's 14-year legal career has been highlighted by work primarily in the areas of real estate... | Read More
Mr. MacQueen's 14-year legal career has been highlighted by work primarily in the areas of real estate transactional law and real estate litigation. He recently prevailed in several Arizona Court of Appeals matters and one with the Arizona Supreme Court and served as local counsel in the $129 million acquisition of the City North development adjacent to Desert Ridge Marketplace in North Phoenix. Mr. MacQueen negotiated loan documents for the refinance of a $3 billion casino loan and has played a part in commercial real estate deals in all states, except South Carolina.Close
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