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Structuring Credit Tenant Lease Financing: Alternative to Traditional Real Estate Debt Financing

Balancing the Interests of Developers, Lenders, Tenants and Investors

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Builder's Risk and CGL Insurance for Construction Projects: Mitigating Developer and Contractor Risks

Evaluating Scope of Coverage, Covered Losses, Policy Exclusions, Additional Insured Endorsements and More

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities 3.0: Structuring Commercial Mortgage Securitized Loans in an Evolving CMBS Market

Navigating New Structures, SPE Covenants, Cash Management and Other Loan Provisions

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Structuring Common Area Maintenance Provisions in Commercial Leases

Exploring Alternative Methods of Managing CAM Operating Costs

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Negotiating Exclusive Use and Restrictive Covenant Provisions in Office and Retail Leases

Balancing Competing Interests and Protecting Rights of Both Landlords and Tenants

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Commercial Leases: Structuring Tenant Build-Out, Improvement, Maintenance and Repair Provisions

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Construction Defect Insurance Claims: Accessing Excess Layers of Coverage

Navigating Coverage Triggers, Allocation of Loss, and Exhaustion of Underlying Policy Limits and Deductibles/SIRs

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Hotel Management Agreements: Ten Topics for 2015 and Beyond

Navigating Agency Law, Duration, Exclusivity, Termination, Finance Provisions and More

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Real Estate JVs: Structuring Capital Call Provisions and Contribution Default Remedies

Strategies for Mitigating Legal, Operational and Tax Risks

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Structuring Real Estate Development Agreements With Municipalities

Leveraging Agreements for Long-Term Development Projects and Addressing Land Use and Infrastructure Issues

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Tax Strategies for Real Estate LLC and LP Agreements: Capital Commitments, Tax Allocations and Distributions

Structuring Provisions to Achieve Tax Benefits and Avoid Common Pitfalls

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Recent Real Estate Law Webinars

Using Delaware Statutory Trusts in Real Estate Investments: Opportunities and Legal Risks

Structuring and Financing the DST, Leveraging Favorable Tax Treatment

Conducted on March 5, 2015

Construction Defects Claims: Occurrences, Coverage Triggers and Exclusions Under CGL Policies

Navigating Divergent Court Views to Maximize Coverage or Limit Liability

Conducted on March 3, 2015

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Lewis and Roca

The presentation was not too long, but included a great deal of information. The speakers kept to their times and provided an opportunity for questions at the end.

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Phillips Lytle

The speaker's practical discussions were particularly helpful.

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Sullivan, Ward, Asher & Patton

I appreciated that the subject matter of the program was presented in an understandable, concise and organized manner.

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Dean Mead et al

I appreciated that there was a great deal of current case law on the subject and the speakers were concise and informative.

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Haskell Slaughter

The speakers were very knowledgable and engaging.

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Hawks Bay

Clearly had right speakers for this seminar.

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Holland & Knight

The speakers were obviously experienced and communicated the relevant information very well.

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Dean Mead et al

The program covered a fair amount of material in a short time period.

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