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Commercial Leases in 2023: New(ish) Industries and New(er) Challenges


Total Credits: 2 Real Estate Law Specialization

Average Rating:
   28
Categories:
Business & Commercial Law |  Real Property
Faculty:
Travis Ivy |  Corey B Larson
Original Program Date:
May 17, 2023


Description

Learn about the latest in commercial leases, including challenges in drafting enforceable remedies,  provisions for burgeoning industries (including cannabis), and challenges for a post-pandemic commercial lease environment. Chairperson Corey Larson, Shareholder, Waterfall Economidis Caldwell Hanshaw & Villamana PC* Faculty Travis Ivy, Associate, Waterfall Economidis Caldwell Hanshaw & Villamana PC *Also serving as faculty

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Travis Ivy Related Seminars and Products

Waterfall Economidis Caldwell Hanshaw & Villamana, P.C.


Travis Ivy is an associate at Waterfall, Economidis, Caldwell, Hanshaw & Villamana, P.C., in Tucson, Arizona where he assists clients in business, real estate, construction, and in civil and commercial litigation matters. Originally hailing from San Antonio, Texas, Travis attended Oberlin College in Ohio and graduated with a degree in economics. At the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law, Travis earned a Transactional Business Law Certificate and served as a note editor at the Arizona Law Review. He also externed at the U.S. District Court of Arizona for the Honorable Susan R. Bolton and volunteered at the Pio Decimo Center’s Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic. Following law school, he clerked for the Honorable Paul J. McMurdie at the Arizona Court of Appeals.


Corey B Larson Related Seminars and Products

Waterfall Economidis Caldwell Hanshaw & Villamana PC


Corey B. Larson is an attorney with the law firm Waterfall, Economidis, Caldwell, Hanshaw & Villamana, P.C. in Tucson, Arizona where he handles litigation, construction law, real estate matters, contracts, commercial leases, insurance, lien and bond issues, appeals, and complex trust and probate litigation in Pima County and Southern Arizona. His clients generally include homebuilders, developers, contractors, design professionals, and municipalities. He advises them in a wide range of matters including administrative actions, contract preparation, corporate and real estate transactions, and general corporate cases. Corey has been licensed to practice in Arizona since 2003 and is also licensed in California. Corey graduated from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law and attend college at Arizona State University. Corey has been selected as a Rising Star™ by Super Lawyers for each year from 2012-2018 and by Best Lawyers in America for 2018 - 2023. He is also the past Chair of the Real Estate Section of the State Bar of Arizona and has sat on and chaired two boards for the Meritas international law firm network that links 7604 attorneys at 181 full-service law firms in 89 countries serving 244 legal markets throughout the U.S. and around the world.


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Overall:      4.5

Total Reviews: 28

Comments

Paula A

"The topics covered were helpful and important"

Gary R

"It was informative but a bit slow. Too many pauses and I had trouble hearing them."

Mark B

"The speakers presented key lease concepts in a meaningful and interesting way. They complemented each other well. Even the topics outside my interest area were helpful."

Kevin N

"Acknowledging the difficulty of presenting to a group that you cannot see, I was anticipating a more advanced presentation. After the first third of the presentation, it was what was expected. Both presenters did well. Corey came off as a seasoned pro. Travis knows the area. His presentation skills will improve with experience. "

Joseph M

"Materials were well-organized and presenters are knowledgeable on the subject matter."

Stephen M

"Would have liked to see specific example wording in some of the cases but a lot was presented."

Jo M

"Received materials late so did not have chance to thoroughly review. Appears to include slides and cases."

Stockton B

"Effective information, good materials, and relevant. "

Amy H

"the appeal was the Cannabis leases and "newer" challenges - very limited time spent on these "

Richard D

"made it easy to understand"