Structuring Commercial Real Estate Transactions and More to be Discussed at Conference

Dec 6, 2018 | Real Estate

ALI CLE has announced that Modern Real Estate Transactions 2019 will be held on February 6-8, in Phoenix, Arizona. This program will address structuring commercial real estate transactions and advising clients on ownership, management and operation through multiple perspectives led by thoughtful panels.

The Modern Real Estate program features a mix of national and local faculty who will cover key aspects of commercial real estate transactions. Panel discussions will cover a combination of perennial favorites as well as trending topics so practitioners are familiar with expected industry changes and the impacts on their practice.

Conference topics include:

  • Building better transactions with blockchain and artificial intelligence
  • Key provisions in commercial lease negotiation
  • Short term residential rentals: VRBO, Airbnb and more
  • Critical tax planning considerations and real estate in bankruptcy
  • Negotiating the entity transaction: limited liability companies and other entities
  • Insurance coverage options and loopholes

“This is practical CLE at is best! ALI CLE’s Modern Real Estate Transactions course has endured for so long because of its cohesive presentation of the most useful and trending topics in real estate today. The top notch faculty cover topics selected with a critical eye. Faculty present across several sessions ensuring a well-rounded and interactive program that keeps seasoned and new practitioners alike returning year after year,” said Peter Aitelli of Shartsis Friese LLP, one of the conference chairs. “Each year, even faculty remark of something new they’ve learned. So it remains a very rewarding program for all involved,” added John Cameron of Dickinson Wright PLLC also a conference chair. John and Peter are joined by Mark Senn of Senn Visciano Canges P.C., as chairs of this long standing conference.

To learn more about this program and to register for the in-person course or webcast, click here.