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Put Fundamental Commercial Real Estate Leasing Principles Into Practice
In today's commercial real estate leasing market, a strong grasp of the fundamentals has never been so important. You may think you already know them, but are you able to truly put them into practice? Moreover, in the current world of click-and-print boilerplate leases, can you practically apply the basics to your clients' unique situations? Master the fundamentals so you can wring as many protections as possible out of each commercial lease - register today!
This basic overview of commercial real estate leases is for attorneys. Real estate professionals and paralegals may also benefit.
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This course has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education for 6.0 hours of standard CLE credit, including 0.0 hour of ethics credit.
JOHN T. BANJAK is a principal and serves as general counsel of True Title Company, LLC, in St. Louis. He has extensive experience in all facets of the title insurance profession from a legal, title professional and consulting standpoint. Before opening his current company, Mr. Banjak served as president and general counsel for three reputable St. Louis title agencies and as regional underwriting counsel for a national title insurance underwriter. He also served as senior vice president and general counsel for Pulaski Bank. Prior to entering the title insurance field, Mr. Banjak worked as a private attorney and as an assistant attorney general for the state of Missouri. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Missouri, and is a member of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis. Mr. Banjak lectures frequently on real estate and title-related matters for organizations such as National Business Institute, the Missouri Land Title Association and The Missouri Bar. He has previously taught real estate law as an associate instructor for the St. Louis Community College District. Mr. Banjak earned his B.S. degree from Indiana University and his J.D. degree from Washington University in St. Louis.
JAMES A. HOCHMAN is a partner with the Chicago firm of Schain Banks Kenny & Schwartz, Ltd., where he represents commercial real estate brokerage firms, landlords, tenants and commercial real estate investors, assisting in all phases of commercial and residential real estate. Mr. Hochman is a frequent speaker on real estate broker-related legal issues for state and local estate organizations. He co-wrote and sponsored the Illinois Commercial Real Estate Broker Lien Act, and several other states have adopted similar statutes through his drafting and lobbying efforts. Mr. Hochman is also active in support of license portability legislation for commercial real estate brokers, and is the architect and drafter of statutes in several states on that issue as well. He earned his A.B. degree from Brown University and his J.D. degree from Boston University School of Law.
CHRISTOPHER HUNTLEY is an attorney with Mulligan & Bjornnes PLP, and has been practicing law since 2004 primarily in the areas of commercial real estate, commercial lending, and general business and corporate transactional work. He works with corporate and individual clients of all sizes on sophisticated real estate transactions involving assets in multiple jurisdictions. He focuses his real estate practice on commercial, warehouse, office, and industrial leasing; and the acquisition, development and sale of both commercial and residential property. He also assists clients with obtaining the necessary zoning approvals and ensuring that they have proper authority to carry out various real estate transactions; drafting and negotiating easements, licenses, and other agreements affecting real estate; reviewing title and survey issues; and undertaking other types of real estate due diligence review. In his finance practice, Mr. Huntley has extensive experience drafting and negotiating multimillion-dollar loans on behalf of lenders, both large and small, including real estate and construction loans, asset-based financing and mezzanine finance transactions. Mr. Huntley also represents a wide range of businesses and individuals in connection with corporate and entity selection, formation, maintenance, and governance issues; mergers and acquisitions of businesses and business assets; and the drafting and review of business contracts needed for the general operation of his clients’ businesses. He is a Minnesota State Bar Association certified real property law specialist. Mr. Huntley is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and the Hennepin County Bar Association. He earned his B.S. degree from the University of St. Thomas, his LL.M. degree in international commercial arbitration from Stockholm Unversitet, and his J.D. degree from the University of Minnesota Law School.
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