Six of Taft’s Real Estate group attorneys from Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky are invited speakers and panelists at the ICSC OKIMP Retail Development and Law Symposium on Feb. 28 - March 1. The symposium, "Retooling Retail Arenas: Version 20.19," will be held at the Hilton Columbus/Polaris in Columbus, Ohio.
The Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvania (OKIMP) Retail Development & Law Symposium focuses on the needs of legal, financial, leasing and other retail real estate professionals who serve the interests of shopping center developers, owners, lenders, retail tenants, leasing agents and managers.
Taft attorneys will oversee these discussions and sessions:
Trying to Find Comfort. Letters of Intent and Similar Comfort Instruments – Enforceability and Related Issues.
Kiamesha-Sylvia G. Colom
Flexibility Needed by Startups in Commercial Leases
Adam M. Law
Current Issues in Complex Commercial Mortgage Finance Transactions: How to Get Everything You Ever Wanted Without Trying Too Hard
James H. Schwarz, Moderator
PACE is the New Green: How Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Provides a Green Financing Option for Building Transformation
Thomas P. Vergamini, Moderator
Assumption, Rejection or What’s Behind Door No. 3: What’s a Landlord to Do About Sales of Leases in a Retail Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?
Bruce J.L. Lowe, Moderator
Dov Y. Frankel, Panelist
Schwarz and Vergamini also participated on the program planning committee.
To learn more about the symposium, visit here.