Most commercial tenants get involved in lease negotiations about once every 3-10 years. The lease agreement typically is 15 to 150 pages long and contains language and provisions that tenants are not familiar with. These are not easy documents to read nor understand unless you have a considerable amount of experience dealing with them.
Because of our combined experience negotiating and litigating commercial leases, we bring a unique perspective to the lease negotiation. Our strategies and suggested language not only takes into account the client's short and long term goals but we anticipate future market conditions and special lawsuit issues, should a dispute arise. Of most importance, however, we understand that we are hired to make the deal happen, not interfere with it.