Negotiating Commercial Lease Casualty Provisions: Insurance, Termination Rights, Tenant Improvements
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will advise leasing counsel on structuring casualty provisions in commercial leases. The panel will discuss how insurance may affect a casualty event, rent abatements available to tenants, how casualty provisions may affect landlords' and tenants' termination rights, and how to best preserve tenant improvements. The panel will address best practices in negotiating these provisions to protect their stakeholders.
- Casualty provisions in commercial leases
- Insurance interplay
- Termination rights
- Tenant considerations
- Landlord considerations
- Tenant considerations
- Best practices
The panel will address these and other key topics:
- How does the lease define casualty, and does this match what insurance policies cover?
- What remedies should be available to the tenant and does the type of casualty matter?
- What limitations on landlord termination rights in a casualty event should tenants consider?
- How can tenants protect investment in improvements during a casualty event?
Bryan K. Saxton
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg
Mr. Saxton’s practice primarily involves commercial real estate acquisitions; dispositions; retail, office, and... | Read More
Mr. Saxton’s practice primarily involves commercial real estate acquisitions; dispositions; retail, office, and industrial leasing; and business transactions. He has experience representing clients ranging from large international organizations to real estate investment trusts to small businesses and individuals in real estate and other business and transactional matters. Having worked in large and small law firms, Mr. Saxton provides his clients with an excellent level of service from a cost-efficient perspective.Close
Richard J. Slavin
Mr. Slavin has a broad-based commercial real estate practice and has led purchase, sale, financing, and leasing... | Read More
Mr. Slavin has a broad-based commercial real estate practice and has led purchase, sale, financing, and leasing transactions of commercial property throughout the United States. He counsels a diverse set of clients, from REITs and financial services companies to retailers and family offices. He is also a trusted advisor to a dozen real estate entrepreneurs.Close