Adam Leitman Bailey Invited to Speak at Georgetown Law Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute on Dangerous Default Clauses Titled: Teetering on a Cliff: Dangerous Default Provisions
Speaking on Dangerous Teetering on a Cliff: Dangerous Default Provisions Mr. Bailey discussed the commercial leases default clause and provisions that should be negotiated and implemented by landlords and tenants. Adam Leitman Bailey lectures to the brightest minds in the commercial leasing industry for two days at the nation’s capital, with active learning and discussions about the most up-to-date and pressing subjects faced by commercial leasing attorneys.
Some of the topics discussed included:
- Landlord and Tenant Representation
- Self Help Evictions
- Rent Acceleration
- How to Deal with Chronic Non-Payment
- Provision enabling the landlord to cancel the lease for the frequent delinquency of rent payments.
- Estoppel Certificate
- Sublease or Assignment
- Tenant’s abandonment
- How The new office world makes such default a provision dangerous in a commercial lease requiring space to be occupied.
- Mitigation of Damages
- Penalty for Late Payment or Violating Lease versus Liquidated Damages
- License Agreements
The Georgetown Law Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute brings together the brightest minds in the commercial leasing industry for active learning about the most up-to-date and pressing subjects faced by commercial leasing attorneys. Adam Leitman Bailey was invited this year to present his lecture to some of the most prestigious commercial leasing attorneys in the United States of America and Canada on an invite only basis.
Words from The Audience:
“I was fascinated with your (excellent) presentation–one of the few I actually got to—especially since I have spent a chunk of my career working with retailers (and other occupiers) unwinding their lease obligations. Battling and winning, as the business person. Been doing some expert witness work in that area too–so please let you know if you want to schedule a follow-up call (or coffee in City) to explore how we can maybe work together.”