ACREL & ALI Present: Negotiating Work Letters for Commercial Leases
Tenants' unique needs mean that there are few truly turn-key leasing opportunities. At least some build-to-suit construction typically is required before a tenant can begin operations, raising the stakes for the lease negotiation and highlighting the need for a skillfully negotiated and drafted work letter that outlines the build-out requirements, procedures, financial burdens, and timing.
Minimize the potential for costly consequences from disputes, extended delays, unanticipated expenses, and business interruption when work gets off track -- join us for this advanced-level webcast and take away best practices for negotiating strong work letters that reinforce the parties' intentions and responsibilities from the start.
Marie A. Moore, Sher Garner Cahill Richter Klein & Hilbert, L.L.C.
G. Trippe Hawthorne, Kean Miller LLP
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