The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on real estate issues and has prompted all levels of government to enact new legislation to mitigate the impact on landlords, tenants, and banks.
In an effort to help our clients and partners understand the impact of COVID-19 and the recent legislation on real estate matters, our office held a webinar April 15, 2020. Our panel composed of real estate professionals discussed the market for commercial and residential real estate as well as how recently enacted ordinances have impacted the local real estate market.
Our featured panelists:
Attorney Ajay Gupta is a certified bankruptcy specialist and has been working on real estate and bankruptcy matter since 2005. He represents both debtors and creditors in state and federal bankruptcy court on a host of matters from secured transactions, to landlord-tenant disputes, to complex bankruptcy matters.
Chris Evans is a litigation attorney, representing both businesses and individuals in an array of general civil litigation matters, primarily focused in the real estate and business context. Such matters include: lease disputes with respect to commercial and residential landlords and tenants; commercial and residential eviction proceedings.
Jon Hamby has over $1 Billion in transactional experience and manages over $500 Million in real estate portfolio assets. He has a diverse commercial real estate background that encompasses the representation of both tenants and landlords in asset acquisition and disposition for lease and sale and runs a multi-family office for private real estate portfolios
Mark Kagan is a real estate attorney with 34 years of experience under his belt. He has worked on thousands of real estate contracts, negotiated legal terms, and drafted legal language for commercial and residential real estate transactions.
Please feel free to reach out to any of the panelists with questions or concerns.