Alameda County SBDCNewark, CA

Retail and Restaurant Lease Negotiations During COVID 19

Retail and Restaurant Lease Negotiations During COVID 19

Thursday, July 9, 2020 10:00am to 11:30am
No fee

Join Hospitality attorney Roberta Economidis and Norcal SBDC Restaurant Program Manager and Restaurant Real Estate Specialist, Louise Dawson for a discussion on Rent and Lease Negotiation Strategies Part II.
Back by popular demand, Roberta and Louise will share the latest updates to the legal landscape and additional strategies that Landlords and Tenants need to know.

Also joining them will be Michael McLaughlin. He is a founding partner of McLaughlin Sanchez LLP, a boutique landlord-tenant firm in San Francisco. Michael has practiced for 21 years and is licensed in California, New York, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. Michael’s practice is devoted exclusively to assisting landlords and property owners recover possession of real property. He is an expert in rent control and just cause to evict statutes, both at the local and state level. Michael has been recognized by his peers as a Super Lawyer for 2019 and 2020.

Topics will include:
~Updates to the California Judicial Council
~Updates on Evictions and Lawsuits
~Updates on EB 939
~The importance of negotiating your lease through COVID
~Strategies for communicating with your landlord
~Creative solutions...and more!
Join us today and get up to date on this changing market

Louise Dawson

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