Leasing

Practices > Real Estate
Leasing space is complicated by market conditions that may force change, such as relocation or re-utilization of existing space. Competing economic objectives create legal, economic and psychological tensions that affect the negotiations over key business terms – rental value, tenant improvements, subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements (SNDAs), environmental risks, leasehold expansion and contraction, options to renew, termination and default provisions, assignment and subletting rights, bankruptcy considerations, and insurance requirements, to name a few. We help integrate business, legal and tax issues into a successful strategy. Our ability to collaborate with our clients, the other party’s counsel, industry experts, and municipalities, distinguishes our practice. If a dispute arises, we work closely with our litigation group in defending or prosecuting the claim to resolution, whether through trial, arbitration or mediation.