December 22, 2015

Peter Breckheimer will be a panelist for the State Bar of California's upcoming Real Property Law Seminar

Seminar to explore negotiation and drafting strategies and landmines of SNDAs from the standpoint of the lender and the tenant

Related Attorney(s): Peter J. Breckheimer II

Related Practice(s): Real Estate

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Peter Breckheimer, a partner in Glaser Weil’s Real Estate Department, will be a panelist for the State Bar of California’s upcoming Real Property Law Section seminar on “Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreements from the Lender, Borrower and Tenant Perspective.” The panel will take place at noon on Tuesday, January 26, at the State Bar of California’s downtown Los Angeles office.

The seminar will explore the various negotiation and drafting strategies and landmines of SNDAs from the standpoint of the lender and the tenant, looking at it through both transactional and litigation perspectives. It will also cover issues that may arise in connection with impairment of leases by a landlord and a tenant in violation of an SNDA. 

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Event:
Tuesday, January 26
12 noon - 1:30 p.m. (Lunch provided at 11:30 a.m.)
The State Bar of California
845 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017
OR via Live Webcast

About Peter Breckheimer

Peter Breckheimer, a partner in Glaser Weil’s Real Estate Department, represents owners, developers, private-equity investors, lenders and other sophisticated clients in all aspects of their real estate-related transactions, including: the acquisition, disposition and development of major commercial real estate assets, encompassing retail, office, industrial and multi-family properties; commercial leasing transactions representing both landlords and tenants; real estate secured and mezzanine financings and loan workouts representing both lenders and borrowers; joint ventures and operating agreements.