Structuring Complex Easement Agreements in Commercial Real Estate Deals
Negotiating Use Rights and Restrictions for Air Space, Mixed-Use Developments, Retail Complexes, and More
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE program will prepare counsel to draft complex easement agreements for mixed-use and commercial developments, including issues pertaining to development and air rights.
- Types of easements
- Issues to address in easement agreements
- Considerations for mixed-use developments
- Considerations for retail complexes
The panel will review these and other crucial issues:
- What are the most difficult emerging challenges in structuring easements in recent years?
- What are the primary elements for counsel to address in commercial and mixed-use developments?
A member of the firm's Mixed-Use Development and Condominiums Team, Ms. Haun represents clients in connection with... | Read More
A member of the firm's Mixed-Use Development and Condominiums Team, Ms. Haun represents clients in connection with the creation and operation of residential and mixed-use community associations. She also advises clients on the acquisition and disposition of assets through all phases of a transaction, including the drafting and negotiating of purchase and sale agreements, entity formation, drafting and negotiating of joint venture agreements, completion of due diligence, closing, and leasing.Close
Katherine M. Noonan
Ms. Noonan represents developers in mixed-use projects, including analyzing project structure and the drafting,... | Read More
Ms. Noonan represents developers in mixed-use projects, including analyzing project structure and the drafting, negotiation, and recordation of condominium documents. She works with developer and association clients with regard to ongoing compliance with governing documents and project operations. Ms. Noonan has assisted numerous clients on local law compliance in the disposition of multifamily residential projects. She focuses specifically on rights of first refusal in Montgomery County and Prince George's County, Md., as well as the District of Columbia's Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA).Close