The commercial real estate market continues to be impacted by the COVID pandemic. Many commercial landlords are having financial problems, and many commercial tenants are finding themselves unable to pay their bills. This practical program will address the key issues you will confront when handling commercial landlord tenant matters today, including the process to terminate a tenancy, commence a commercial landlord tenant action, obtain and enforce an eviction, defend an action against a commercial tenant, and what you need to know when dealing with commercial foreclosures. Bruce E. Gudin, Esq., (co-author of NJICLE treatise, Landlord/Tenant and Related Actions in the Superior Court of New Jersey) will be joined by Supervising Special Civil Part Judge, the Honorable Kimberly Espinales-Maloney, and three other distinguished New Jersey practitioners, as they offer you tips and guidance to prepare yourself to represent a landlord or tenant in a commercial lease eviction or foreclosure matter. After a review of recent Court Directive 20-20 and Supplemental Orders regarding “Landlord/Tenant Matters During COVID-19”, including Judge Grant’s February 5, 2021 Notice and Order relating to eviction of commercial tenants, our panel will focus on the hurdles you may encounter and practical solutions for representing the best interests of your client in these difficult times. This program will be of interest to attorneys who represent commercial landlords and/or commercial tenants.
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