Jack Fersko, Co-Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Department, will lecture at an upcoming Real Estate Practice Seminar hosted by the Middlesex County Bar Association. The program, “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate Leasing,” will take place on April 9, 2015 at the MCBA’s office in New Brunswick, NJ, beginning at 5:00 pm.
The seminar will provide an introduction to the primary legal issues that require the greatest attention when negotiating a commercial lease, including:
- Rent and additional rent
- Description of Demised Premises
- Commencement of term
- Assignment and Subletting
- Maintenance, repair and replacement
- Compliance with the law
- Defaults and remedies
- Insurance and casualty
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. He has successfully negotiated numerous real estate agreements involving complex environmental transactional issues and related insurance agreements.
Mr. Fersko counsels clients on transactional issues and funding options related to green building and solar development and the impact of these initiatives on leases and other agreements, including the negotiation and drafting of Engineering, Procurement and Construction Agreements (EPC) and Power Purchase Agreements (PPA).
For more information and to register, visit http://www.mcbalaw.com/