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Davis & Gilbert Counsel 2U®: Real Estate and Bankruptcy Webinar
"What Happens When a Commercial Tenant Files Bankruptcy"

Thursday, May 21, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the global economy, and a wave of bankruptcy filings seems all but inevitable. The retail industry, which has just witnessed the bankruptcy filing of Neiman Marcus, has been hit particularly hard. Certain office tenants are also feeling the pain, as they are unable to conduct business as usual, while remaining obligated to pay rent and cover other overhead expenses.

Commercial landlords are not routinely faced with tenants seeking bankruptcy protection, but that may soon change. In anticipation of this bankruptcy wave, the Davis & Gilbert Real Estate Practice will be hosting a “fireside chat”-style Zoom session with Massimo Giugliano, Counsel in the firm’s Insolvency, Creditors’ Rights & Financial Products Practice, where he will address common questions and concerns landlords have when a tenant files bankruptcy.

Please join us and your industry peers for this interactive video conference. We encourage you to submit questions ahead of time so that we can direct the discussion accordingly. Click here to RSVP and submit a question in advance >>.

Davis & Gilbert Participants

  • Speaker: Massimo Giugliano, Counsel, Insolvency, Creditors’ Rights & Financial Products
  • Moderator: Yossi SubarPartner, Real Estate

Event Details
Date: Thursday, May 21, 2020
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (EST)
Location: Webinar

Who Should Attend
This webinar is tailored for commercial landlords, commercial real estate brokerage firms, asset managers and other real estate professionals.

RSVP by Monday May 18
Click here to RSVP and submit your question in advance

Carly Silverman
Davis & Gilbert Marketing Events Specialist
csilverman@dglaw.com / 646.673.8318

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