Log In
Share |
When: 09 April 2020
Type: Webinar
Join WSG member firm, Shoosmiths LLP, in their 60-minute webinar discussing Shared & Halved - Occupier.

Shared & Halved - Occupier

Moderator

Beth McArdle, Partner, Shoosmiths LLP

Speakers

Choisanne Man, Partner, Shoosmiths LLP
Alexandria Kittlety, Senior Associate, Shoosmiths LLP
Kirsty Black, Partner, Shoosmiths LLP
Paul Knight, Partner, Shoosmiths LLP
Michael Callaghan, Professional Support Lawyer, Shoosmiths LLP
Nicholas Ilifft, Partner, Shoosmiths LLP
Kim Wilson, Partner, Shoosmiths LLP

Join WSG member firm, Shoosmiths LLP, in their 60-minute webinar discussing Shared & Halved - Occupier.

The COVID-19 crisis continues to affect all of our businesses in ways that we have never experienced. It is increasingly clear that we all need to work together to find solutions, and to understand how the market is reacting and may develop in response to the current crisis. We are keen to encourage conversation and facilitate discussion to ensure views are heard and answers can be found that are beneficial to our occupier clients.

To support our occupier clients, Shoosmiths will be hosting a Webinar discussion as part of our “Shared & Halved” initiative, to look at the most pressing issues impacting the occupier community in light of the unique challenges posed by the pandemic, including initial responses to the immediate crisis, and also how transactions can continue to be managed in this changed environment.

Areas to be discussed:

  • The moratorium on forfeiture, and other remedies which remain available to the Landlord
  • Response to tenant requests for rent holidays/deferments etc
  • Property management issues (including the provision of services) during lock-down
  • The emergence of “pandemic drafting” which we are starting to see come through from Landlord's solicitors, and how the market may evolve in connection with this issue.
  • Covid grants
  • Delivering VP on break and expiry

  • Click here to register.

Hosted By:

    

WSG's members are independent firms and are not affiliated in the joint practice of professional services. Each member exercises its own individual judgments on all client matters.

HOME | SITE MAP | GLANCE | PRIVACY POLICY | DISCLAIMER |  © World Services Group, 2020