Jack Fersko, Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Department, will serve as a program coordinator, moderator, and speaker for the seminar “Advanced Topics in Commercial Leasing: 2022” on Thursday, November 17, 2022. The full-day program will be presented by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education from 9:00am – 4:00pm at the New Jersey Law Center. Greenbaum partner Barbara J. Koonz, Chair of the firm’s Energy, Renewable Resources & Sustainable Development Practice Group, will join Mr. Fersko as a member of the program’s faculty.
The agenda for this brand-new program will include the following topics:
- Basic leasing concepts and important considerations: landlord and tenant perspectives
- Assignment and subleasing
- Advanced construction work letter issues
- Specialty leases: cannabis, solar
- Insurance considerations
- Professionalism and the law
Mr. Fersko’s practice reflects his extensive experience as a commercial real estate and general business lawyer. His legal services emphasize industrial and commercial real estate activities, with a particular focus on industrial leasing, project financing, sustainable development and alternative energy initiatives, urban redevelopment, and the impact of environmental laws on commercial real estate transactions, including the acquisition and redevelopment of environmentally contaminated sites. In response to the enactment of an adult-use recreational program, and the expansion of New Jersey’s legal medical marijuana program, Mr. Fersko is prepared to meet the needs of both existing and future clients by providing counsel related to the business and legal impacts of a New Jersey-based cannabis industry.
Ms. Koonz focuses her practice in the areas of environmental and energy law, with an emphasis on environmental permitting for redevelopment, environmental compliance and renewable energy projects. She advises clients with respect to New Jersey state and federal environmental permitting and regulatory compliance issues, due diligence for acquisitions, the resolution of enforcement actions with public agencies, the permitting and transfer of solid waste and public wastewater, and regularly represents solar energy providers and hosts in connection with the development of grid-supply, net-metered and community solar photovoltaic (PV) projects.
Additional program information and registration on the NJICLE website.