Owners first should consider the applicable law.
While federal restrictions never extended to commercial properties, owners must be cognizant of the various state and local restrictions that exist in the forms of statutes, legislation, exe
Example: Technology, Internet, Artificial Intelligence
Between issues with the substantive provisions of a lease and errors made in executing the final version, a lot of things can go wrong—even in a well-drafted and negotiated lease.
4/6/2020 • Sonja Beddow, Esq.
There are many reasons why a landlord may want to change building common areas. Existing common areas may be underutilized or economically unfeasible. A new law may be in effect that requires relocation of or modifications to restrooms or emergency a
1/9/2020 • Katherine M. Noonan, ESQ.
Daycare businesses showed consistent growth through the Great Recession and will continue to have some of the fastest employment growth of all industries through 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The issue of premises security was met with heightened scrutiny in the wake of September 11, 2001, and has continued to grow in prominence in the wake of mass shootings across the United States.
In any well-crafted lease, clear and careful drafting avoids disputes between landlord and tenant—and the resulting acrimony and expense.