Commercial Lease Drafting and Negotiation
Both parties have a common goal: sign a lease. Yet protecting your client’s interests is challenging. Follow experienced real estate lawyers through the leasing process.
Both parties have a common goal: sign a lease. Yet protecting your client’s interests is challenging. Follow experienced real estate lawyers through the commercial leasing process with a new landlord and tenant. Get expert coaching on best practices and valuable new techniques—then get hands-on practice with realistic scenarios.
Whether you specialize in real estate or handle leasing transactions for your business clients, this convenient online training helps you develop or sharpen your drafting and negotiation skills. It’s also ideal for training associates.
Identify the landlord’s goals. Tailor boilerplate language to fit the property and your client. Determine the best lease option.
Counsel the Landlord on the Form Lease
Draft the Form Lease
Ensure the lease conforms with the parties’ initial agreement. Draft to minimize future conflict between the parties.
Draft or Review the Letter of Intent
Tailor the Form Lease for the Landlord
Identify the Tenant’s Lease Needs
Advocate for your client with proven negotiation strategies to reach final agreement.
Redline a Lease for the Tenant
Negotiate the Lease
Guide clients to manage disputes on their own. Reach resolutions that allow the parties to maintain effective working relationships.
Counsel the Client on Rights Under the Lease
Negotiate a Lease Dispute
has 30+ years of experience and is a frequent speaker on leasing, development, and condominium issues. He shows you how to reach a deal on final terms during a phone negotiation.
is particularly proficient in identifying trouble spots in real estate transactions and offering creative solutions. She gives you a first-hand look at how to review and redline a lease for the tenant.
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