February 17, 2016
Jonathan Bright, a Partner in the Real Estate Department of Wilk Auslander, will be a speaker at the Practicing Law Institute’s (PLI) “Negotiating Commercial Leases 2016” course March 10-11 being held in New York City and also available via webcast.
Leases, widely understood as the building blocks of value for all real estate, are a primary business asset, but also contain landmines if not negotiated properly. For a tenant, signing a lease that has not been properly written and negotiated can open them up to substantial liabilities and unforeseen expenses.
Jonathan will participate in presentations about long-term lease planning and restructuring, as well as hidden items that can be found in many leases. Both topics often have big ticket ramifications for the long term cost of a lease. Buzz words such as “under supervision,” “recognition of landlord’s work abatements and credits,” will be explained and analyzed. A mock negotiation session will also be featured.
To learn more about the program and to register to attend in person or online, please visit: www.pli.edu/PJE6 or call 800-260-4PLI. If you cannot attend but are interested in speaking with Jonathan about the topic, please email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org