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10 Key Practical Issues when Reviewing and Drafting Commercial Office Leases

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  • Description

    Commercial leases may differ from residential ones in a variety of ways, and each has its own set of considerations. Attorneys guiding clients in commercial lease contracts have to account not only for the deal they make now, but how that deal will play out in the long term. This informative CLE course will review everything an attorney needs to know including his unique role in the transaction, space considerations relative to leasing and rent, how to construct term sheets, security and utility payments, subletting and above how, the dangers of default.

  • Instructor Bio

    Bradley Siegel

    Bradley Siegel founded the Siegel Law Firm, PC 2007. The firm focuses on commercial litigation, real estate and business transactions and landlord-tenant issues. Prior to founding his eponymous firm, Bradley previously served as General Counsel and as a member of the executive committee of the Jack Parker Corporation overseeing a portfolio throughout the United States consisting of apartment buildings, office buildings, hotels, condominiums and cooperative apartments, as well as retail and industrial assets. As General Counsel, Bradley was responsible for overseeing all legal matters, strategic planning, and operations. Bradley’s 17 years with the Jack Parker Corporation gave him tremendous insight and hands-on experience with corporate, real estate and business matters.

    In addition, Bradley handles complex real estate litigation, zoning, tax certiorari, and employment and labor matters. He acted as the Owners’ representative and served on the Sustainable Urban Development Committee and residential management counsel for the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY). He was a member of the American Hotel and Lodging General Counsel’s committee and the Association of the Bar of the City of New York Land Use Committee. Bradley received his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 1987. He is admitted to practice in New York.