Hotel Acquisition Due Diligence: Seller's Representations and Warranties, Indemnification, Timing
Prioritizing Critical Areas; Providing Buyers More Alternatives, Fewer Costs, and More Negotiating Power
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will advise real estate counsel on the particular due diligence concerns when acquiring a hotel property. The panel will address how counsel should evaluate both physical assets as well as the operating business of the hotel. The panel will discuss best practices for assessing the findings during due diligence periods and effectively negotiating once concerns arise.
- Hotel acquisition purchase agreements
- Seller's representations and warranties
- Indemnification clauses
- Due diligence
- Evaluation of data
- Best practices
The panel will discuss these and other relevant topics:
- How can counsel assist in coordinating a due diligence investigation for hotel acquisitions?
- What representations and warranties must the seller include, and what should a buyer be aware of in the purchase agreement?
- Are there opportunities to use indemnification clauses to protect hotel purchasers in the event of misrepresentation or discovery of concerns?
Ms. Ahuja focuses her practice on hotel acquisitions, operations, development and finance, hotel management agreements,... | Read More
Ms. Ahuja focuses her practice on hotel acquisitions, operations, development and finance, hotel management agreements, licensing agreements, and commercial real estate acquisition and sale. She advises domestic and international clients on the acquisition and disposition of hotels and other commercial property, hotel management and operations, franchising, licensing and branding, restaurant management agreements, lease negotiations, and casino agreements. Ms. Ahuja regularly prepares and negotiates purchase and sale agreements, financing and development agreements, and other documents related to the acquisition, financing, development, leasing, management, and disposition of real and personal property with a focus on hotels and resorts. She also regularly works on complex transactions involving a combination of hotels, resorts, condominiums, food and beverage facilities, and other shared access amenities.Close
Joshua M. Bowman
Sherin and Lodgen
Mr. Bowman brings years of experience counseling local and national real estate owners and developers, institutional... | Read More
Mr. Bowman brings years of experience counseling local and national real estate owners and developers, institutional and non-institutional lenders, investors, tenants, contractors, and other businesses in connection with a wide variety of transactions and situations. He has substantial experience dealing with complicated issues related to commercial real estate ownership, development, finance, joint venture arrangements, acquisitions and sales, leasing, land use, licensing, management and franchise agreements, construction agreements, and food and beverage agreements. As the Chair of the firm’s Hospitality Practice Group, Mr. Bowman has a particular concentration in representing owners and operators of restaurants and hotels. In January of 2017, Mr. Bowman joined the faculty at the Boston University School of Hospitality Administration, where he teaches two courses: The Fundamentals of a Hotel Real Estate Deal and Hospitality Law.Close