International Council of Shopping Centers' U.S. Law Conference
October 23, 2019
3:30 PM – 4:45 PM | What Are We Fighting About This Year? Recent Case Law
Panelists will examine court cases decided within the past 18 months that are likely to affect shopping center practices and real estate law. The panel will discuss how these decisions dictate best practices, both from a transactional and litigation perspective. The panel also will make recommendations for how to avoid problems on the front end.
Panelist: Lila Shapiro-Cyr
October 24, 2019
11:00 AM – 12:15 PM | What You Can't See Can Hurt You – Lessons from Litigating Invisible Provisions and Implied Covenants
Litigators are often not focused on the deal terms you spent weeks and months negotiating. Instead, litigation often turns on invisible provisions, implied covenants, and boilerplate terms. Panelists will explore situations involving implied covenants and how these terms can lead to litigation.
Panelist: Michelle M. McGeogh
October 25, 2019
9:00 AM – 10:15 AM | What, Me Worry? Ethics in Negotiations and Lease Disputes
Real estate negotiations have become increasingly complicated by multi-jurisdictional ethical issues, the states' patchwork adoption of Model Rules, and conflicts. These complexities are magnified when disputes arise and mediation, arbitration, and lawsuits are pursued. This panel of experienced real estate transactional and litigation practitioners will discuss innovative approaches and strategies that focus on practical, effective, and efficient solutions, including through the use of AI and other emerging technology.
Panelist: Desmond D. Connall, Jr.
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