Why you should attend
As commercial real estate slowly recovers from the recession, practitioners will need a broad skill set to achieve and maintain a viable real estate practice. This program helps practicing attorneys enhance traditional transactional skills, and develop workout and enforcement skills, so that they can help their clients regain their footing more quickly.
What you will learn
- Negotiating purchases and sales, and closing complex commercial transactions, in this environment
- Dealing with more cautious lenders, and finding the right lending balance, including a mock negotiation
- Real estate litigation in a nutshell: a toolkit for transactional lawyers
- Issues in availability of title coverage in a more consolidated title industry
- Property and liability insurance coverage and risk management
- Cutting-edge commercial leasing tips from both landlord and tenant perspectives
- What you and your clients need to know about commercial bankruptcy
- Greening leases, integrated project delivery construction contracts, and much more practical advice from experienced attorneys in the nation’s leading law firms!
- A discussion of ethical issues facing real estate attorneys
Who should attend
Associates, junior partners, in-house counsel and other professionals handling commercial real estate matters.
Join Reed Smith Partners Cynthia Jared and Olivia Shay-Byrne for their panel entitled "Mortgage Financing." Topics will include:
- The loan application/commitment, role of lawyer
- Borrower hot buttons
- Permitted transfers
- Control of lender discretion
- Future lender administrative fees
- Loan documentation structures
- What’s negotiable?
- Securitized loans/CMBS restrictions
- Special purpose entities/non-consolidation opinions
- Liquidity for borrowers – defeasance, partial releases
- Specialized types of financing:
- Purchase money
- Includes mock negotiation
Download the .PDF below for additional information. To register, call +1 800 260 4PLI or visit pli.edu.