If you are interested in the commercial real estate market, you should join the webinar organized by our law firm.
COVID-19 – Pandemic’s impact on lease agreements for retail and services premises
8 April, 9:30-10:30
• Solutions proposed in the Anti-Crisis Shield
• Practical aspects of mutual claims expiry
• Entities affected by the regulation
• Lifting the ban – what’s next? How does offer mechanism work?
• Practical issues involved in lease agreement performance
• Temporary ban on termination and automatic renewal of lease agreements – how does it work?
If there are any issues you are especially concerned with, let us now. We will try to answer all your questions during the webinar. Contact us with the issues you want us to address at email@example.com no later than one day before the event. You will be also able to ask questions during the webinar.
Alicja Sołtyszewska, Attorney-at-law / Partner
firstname.lastname@example.org, +48 604 608 728
She has over 10 years of experience in handling a range of real estate issues, focusing primarily on lease agreements for office and warehouse units.
Alicja has advised Polish and international developers, property owners and investment funds in respect of the lease of numerous objects located in, i.a. Warsaw, Kraków, Łódź and Wrocław. and supported tenants, primarily including major multinational corporations. She also advised on the closing of one of the largest recent lease agreements in Poland’s real estate market.
Izabela Żmijewska, Attorney-at-law / Senior Associate
email@example.com, +48 603 300 382
She specializes in real estate law, with a strong focus on lease agreements for retail and office units.
Iza has provided legal support to Polish and international investors and investment funds in respect of the negotiations and closing of lease agreement for office and retail units located in, i.a. Warsaw, Kraków, Poznań and Wrocław.
The webinar is free of charge.
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