Allocation of Risk in Commercial Real Estate Leasing

Jeremy Y. Weltman
Jeremy Y. Weltman
Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, PC

Jeremy Y. Weltman is a shareholder and a member of the firm’s Litigation Department. Jeremy frequently works with the firm’s Commercial Real Estate, Corporate Divorce / Practice Groups as part of his wide-reaching litigation practice focuses on finding successful resolutions to his clients’ legal issues.

Eric M. Sigman, Esq.
Eric M. Sigman, Esq.
Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, PC

Eric Sigman is a shareholder of the firm and co-chairs the Franchise Practice Group. He is a member of the firm’s Corporate Law Practice Group, guiding his clients through a variety of matters including corporate formation, capitalization, succession planning, commercial leasing, and mergers and acquisitions.

On-Demand: May 13, 2024

Allocation of Risk in Commercial Real Estate Leasing

$195.00 2 hour CLE

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Program Summary

This course will provide attorneys practicing in the commercial real estate space with a review of how parties in leasing transactions can allocate risk to protect their respective economic interests. The panel will address indemnification provisions, additional insured (AI) endorsements, and other routes practitioners can pursue to protect their commercial real estate clients from economic loss.

This course is co-sponsored with myLawCLE.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • Indemnification lease provisions
  • Additional insured coverage
  • Guarantees
  • Default and termination

Closed-captioning available

Speakers

Jeremy Y. Weltman_FedBarJeremy Y. Weltman | Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, PC

Jeremy Y. Weltman is a shareholder and a member of the firm’s Litigation Department. Jeremy frequently works with the firm’s Commercial Real Estate, Corporate Divorce / Practice Groups as part of his wide-reaching litigation practice focuses on finding successful resolutions to his clients’ legal issues. Jeremy’s hands-on commercial litigation experience includes handling all sorts of complex commercial and business litigation, employment litigation, Wage Act litigation, probate litigation, real estate disputes, construction matters, civil rights litigation – including ADA accessibility, accommodation issues, and high impact class action work – municipal disputes, appellate advocacy, and other tort-based litigation matters.

With a no-nonsense, direct approach, Jeremy is a practical, results-oriented attorney who prides himself on always thinking two steps ahead of his clients’: adversaries. In so doing, Jeremy has adeptly litigated and negotiated disputes for a wide range of clients including Fortune 500 corporations, mid-sized and small businesses which span across industries, including a variety of hospitality businesses, professional services offices, property owners and developers, commercial tenants and landlords, condo associations, contractors, and disenfranchised individuals.

Clients take comfort in knowing that Jeremy has shown no fear in taking a “tough case” through trial. To this end, Jeremy has successfully tried numerous cases in Massachusetts state and Federal District courts, briefed and argued matters in the Massachusetts Appeals Court and First Circuit Court of Federal Appeals, and has also represented clients in alternative forms of dispute resolution, such as arbitration and mediation, with favorable results.

Notably, Jeremy has also earned a strong reputation for protecting the civil rights of the disabled and victims of discrimination. He aggressively pursues the rights of the disenfranchised, both on an individual and class-wide basis, in civil rights infringement cases brought against government institutions and the private sector in federal and state courts.

 

Eric M. Sigman_FedBarEric M. Sigman, Esq.| Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, PC

Eric Sigman is a shareholder of the firm and co-chairs the Franchise Practice Group. He is a member of the firm’s Corporate Law Practice Group, guiding his clients through a variety of matters including corporate formation, capitalization, succession planning, commercial leasing, and mergers and acquisitions. Clients rely upon Eric’s strong negotiation, organizational, and practical problem-solving skills that make his transactional work stand out.

Eric advises his clients on a wide variety of franchise law matters, including agreement negotiations and the drafting, analysis, and review of franchise disclosure
documents. He is proficient in handling matters related to commercial real estate and retail leasing, and can assist in the formation of corporations, including any related business counseling. His clients look to his wide range of experience helping to establish retail franchises across the country.

In the realm of corporate law, Eric expertly guides clients through strategic mergers and acquisitions, provides counsel on asset and stock purchases, and will draft and review buy-sell agreements to facilitate smooth business transactions. Eric offers expertise in establishing and structuring corporations and is adept at ensuring the legality and clarity
of contracts. Eric is also the co-host of Transaction Talk, an industry podcast that explores all angles of the mergers and acquisition process. Listen on Spotify, Apple Music, or YouTube.

Agenda

I. Indemnification lease provisions | 11:00am – 11:30am

II. Additional insured coverage | 11:30am – 12:00pm

Break | 12:00pm – 12:10pm

III. Guarantees | 12:10pm – 12:40pm

IV. Default and termination | 12:40pm – 1:10pm