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Negotiating Real Estate Deals 2018

Released on: Jun. 28, 2018
Running Time: 07:09:49

The 2017 real estate market is well behind us. The previous year closed with some leveling indicators, signaling a slowdown from the dazzling growth the market witnessed in the last few years. 2018 is presenting a more tempered pace and environment, as real estate forecasters seem to indicate. U.S. real estate appears to remain a safe bet in the eyes of domestic and international investors, but new challenges and risks are abound in this ever-changing market.

Every year, PLI’s Negotiating Real Estate Deals attempts to address the latest issues that real estate lawyers currently face – or soon will. The program features some of the country’s most respected members of the real estate bar, and attendees will learn practical insights to help them navigate common transactions, and take an educated look toward what’s on the horizon in this dynamic industry and legal practice.

Lecture Topics [Total time 07:09:49]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Introduction* [00:11:25]
    Jonathan L. Mechanic, Martin D. Polevoy
  • State of the Real Estate Market [00:58:26]
    Douglas L. Harmon, Jonathan L. Mechanic, Martin D. Polevoy
  • Recent Trends in Real Estate Lending: 2018 Edition [00:59:28]
    Ellen M. Goodwin, Laurinda Martins
  • Closing Complex Real Estate Transactions – Successfully Closing Purchase and Sale Transactions [01:00:13]
    Alexis Kremen, Ronald D. Sernau, Robert Sorin
  • Distressed Loans and Lender Remedies [01:00:31]
    Richard S. Fries
  • Key Issues for Negotiating Joint Venture Agreements in Real Estate [00:58:22]
    David C. Drewes, Scott M. Kobak, Audrey L. Sokoloff
  • Negotiating Ground Lease Transactions [01:00:11]
    Chris M. Smith
  • Ethics in Real Estate Transactions: Managing Conflicts of Interest When Clients Lie [01:01:13]
    Anthony E. Davis

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Richard Persichetti and Lori Albert, Cushman & Wakefield, Marketbeat Manhattan Office Q4 2017
    Douglas L. Harmon
  • State of the Real Estate Market (PowerPoint slides)
    Douglas L. Harmon
  • Recent Trends in Real Estate Lending: 2018 Edition
    Ellen M. Goodwin, Laurinda Martins
  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
    Ronald D. Sernau, Robert J. Sorin, Alexis Kremen
  • Commercial Real Estate Loan Workouts, Remedies and Hot Topics
    Richard S. Fries
  • Joshua Stein, The Most Important Issue in Every Ground Lease
  • Real Estate Joint Venture Agreements
    David C. Drewes
  • Extracts from the New York Rules of Professional Conduct
    Anthony E. Davis
  • Hypothetical, Client’s Misstatement—Duty to Correct?
    Anthony E. Davis
  • Hypothetical, A Negotiation Run Amok
    Anthony E. Davis
  • Kendra L. Basner, The Voice, Volume 14, Issue 15, Deciding Between Your Client and Your License: Which Are You Willing to Give Up? (April 15, 2015)
    Anthony E. Davis
  • Romano v. Ficchi, 2009 NY Slip Op. 51011 (U) (N.Y. Sup. 2009)
    Anthony E. Davis

Presentation Material

  • State of the Real Estate Market_Panel PowerPoint
    Douglas L. Harmon
  • Recent Trends in Real Estate Lending: 2018 Edition_Panel PowerPoint
    Ellen M. Goodwin, Laurinda Martins
  • Key Issues for Negotiating Joint Venture Agreements in Real Estate_Panel PowerPoint
    David C. Drewes, Scott M. Kobak, Audrey L. Sokoloff
  • Negotiating Ground Lease Transactions_Panel PowerPoint
    Chris M. Smith
Co-Chair(s)
Jonathan L. Mechanic ~ Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
Martin D. Polevoy ~ DLA Piper LLP
Speaker(s)
Anthony E. Davis ~ Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP
David C. Drewes ~ Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
Richard S. Fries ~ Sidley Austin LLP
Ellen M. Goodwin ~ Alston & Bird LLP
Douglas L. Harmon ~ Chairman of Capital Markets, Cushman & Wakefield
Scott M. Kobak ~ Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Alexis Kremen ~ Associate General Counsel, Related Companies
Laurinda Martins ~ Senior Vice President, Brookfield Corporate Operations LLC
Ronald D. Sernau ~ Proskauer Rose LLP
Chris M. Smith ~ Shearman & Sterling LLP
Audrey L. Sokoloff ~ Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Robert Sorin ~ Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
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American Bankers Association Professional Certification (ABA):  PLI’s on-demand web programs may fulfill ABA credit requirements.

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