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Lowenstein Sandler LLP

Kimberly E. Lomot

Kimberly E. Lomot

Counsel

Lowenstein Sandler LLP
New Jersey, U.S.A.

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Profile

Kimberly regularly advises clients on the acquisition, disposition, financing, development, and leasing of commercial real estate. Her practice is national in scope, and she has extensive experience handling transactions in all real estate sectors. Kimberly’s familiarity with diverse types of real estate and the needs of developers, owners, tenants, lenders, and other investors in real property allows her to combine her knowledge of the law with a businesslike approach to getting deals done.

Kimberly brings strategic judgment and practical solutions to every real estate transaction in which she is involved. Dedicated to excellence, Kimberly personally commits herself to realizing each client’s specific goals.

Bar Admissions

    New Jersey

Education

Suffolk University Law School (J.D. 2004); Dean's List
Babson College (B.S. 2001), cum laude, business administration; Dean's List; Blue Key Honor Society
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

Member, Women in the Profession and Banking GroupBoard Member, Deirdre’s House, a child advocacy center in Morristown, New Jersey


Professional Activities and Experience

Accolades
  • New Jersey Rising Stars (2010, 2013-2018) - Kimberly Lomot

Blogs

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Articles

When entering into lease negotiations, the tenant’s representative is of course focused on the key business issues, like rent, term and security deposit. However, there are many other less apparent leasing issues that could financially impact the tenant that the tenant’s representative ignores at its peril. This article, the first of a two-part series, discusses four more hidden issues in a commercial lease that every tenant should be mindful of when lease—and even term sheet—negotiations commence.


Part one of a two-part article. Click here for access to part two of the article.

In the first part of our article, we highlighted four less apparent lease issues that tenant representatives should not miss during lease negotiations. This article continues with four additional issues, which, if not negotiated favorably in a lease, could result in avoidable tenant costs.


Part two of a two-part article. Click here for access to part one of the article.


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