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Do Retail Tenants Now Have the Upper Hand? Negotiating Key Retail Lease Provisions in a Changing Landscape


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 62 minutes
Recorded Date: May 24, 2018
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Agenda


  • Exclusive and Prohibited Users
  • Percentage Rent and Radius Restrictions
  • Co-Tenancies
  • Opening and Operating Covenants
  • Control Areas
  • Common Area Maintenance Expenses
  • Extension Options
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: May 24, 2018

Description

In this program, the speakers will review the current status of retail lease negotiations and key retail lease provisions as they are being drafted in today’s world.

This program was recorded on May 24th, 2018.

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Panelists

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Scott Timpe

Associate
Polsinelli

Scott C. Timpe is an associate in the Capital Markets and Commercial Lending practice. His practice focuses on retail development and commercial leasing transactions. Working closely with seasoned attorneys in the Real Estate practice, Scott regularly counsels buyers and sellers on the intricacies of real estate transactional matters.

Scott currently serves as Coach for the UCLA School of Law Transactional Law Meet Team, helping law students refine their transactional and negotiating skills for this competition.

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Shawn Batten

Associate
Cox Castle Nicholson LLP

Shawn is a real estate associate and is part of the Land Development Team at the firm. He has handled a wide variety of real estate transactions, including assisting clients with the purchase, disposition and financing of retail centers, hotels and undeveloped land. He also has prepared CCRs, Reciprocal Easement Agreements, Hotel Management Agreements and conducted closings for multi-million dollar transactions.

He received his J.D., with a specialization in Business Law, at UCLA School of Law. While in law school, Shawn was a Legal Extern in the Capital Habeas Unit of the Office of the Federal Public Defender. He graduated with a B.S. in Finance and Psychology from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce.


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