Public-Private Partnerships for Real Estate Development: Contract Negotiation Strategies
Allocating and Mitigating Developer and Contractor Risks in PPP Deals
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will review how public-private partnerships (PPP) are emerging as a viable alternative to traditional financing for real estate developments. The panel will prepare counsel to contractors to identify and bid on public private partnerships and negotiate the PPP contract to allocate and mitigate risks.
- Overview and current trends with PPPs
- Various structures used in PPPs
- Benefits and risks of PPPs
- Current real estate tax deductions and incentives
- Identifying opportunities and preparing bid proposals
- Negotiating and structuring the PPP
- Capital contributions
- Distributions, allocations and other tax provisions
- Governance and control issues
- Allocating financial and legal liabilities
- Related party agreements
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What federal funding and real estate tax incentives are helping to spur the increase in public-private partnerships in real estate development?
- What are the benefits and legal risks to private developers and contractors considering a partnership with a public entity on a real estate development project? What are the benefits and risks to the public entity?
- How can legal and practical risks to the contractor and public entity best be allocated and mitigated in the PPP contract?
Principal, Carroll Investments
Of Counsel, Lane Powell
She assists public and private developers, lenders and investors in public/private development projects. She helps... | Read More
She assists public and private developers, lenders and investors in public/private development projects. She helps parties find common ground to design project financing and other value that can be added to make projects feasible. She provides advice about local, state and federal tax incentives, as well as urban renewal law, real estate development and financing renewable energy projects.Close
David L. Winstead
Mr. Winstead concentrates his practice in real estate (private and public sectors), infrastructure issues,... | Read More
Mr. Winstead concentrates his practice in real estate (private and public sectors), infrastructure issues, stimulus spending, public-private partnerships, and public finance, as well as government contracts and legislative/regulatory matters. His career combines distinctive private and public sector experience in real estate, transportation/infrastructure development, and public policy.Close
Samuel W. Niece
His practice focuses on government contracts counseling and litigation at both the federal and state levels. He... | Read More
His practice focuses on government contracts counseling and litigation at both the federal and state levels. He counsels state and local entities on contract formation issues, including privatization initiatives, and represents both governmental and private entities in bid protest and claim resolution matters.Close