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Straightening Their Tenants' Ties: Retail Property Owners Are Buying Distressed Retailers Out of Bankruptcy

Since the early days of the COVID-19 crisis in the U.S., it has been a recurring theme to turn on the news and see that yet another big-name retailer is rumored to be on the brink of filing, or has already filed, for bankruptcy.


Last Minute Shifts to Last-Mile Delivery Centers: Considerations for Retail Landlords

Owners of shopping centers and other retail spaces are again increasingly looking to novel uses, including distribution and warehouse uses, sometimes called “fulfillment centers”, to fill growing vacancies.


Court Partially Excuses Tenant’s Rent Obligations During COVID Shutdown

In the social and economic fallout from COVID, businesses are assessing how best to address their commercial relationships, especially where potentially insurmountable barriers to performance loom large.


Towards a new regulatory model in distributed generation

The proposal for a bill incorporating the concept of distributed energy resources is an extremely positive step for our country, since it promotes the incorporation of new technologies to encourage the use of clean energy in the country and is a complement to the current "Minae Distributed Generation Regulation".


Commercial Landlords and Tenants Take Their COVID-Related Lease Disputes to Court

The slow-burning standoffs between commercial landlords and tenants in the COVID-19 pandemic are beginning to turn white-hot. Some landlords are starting to file lawsuits against tenants who have fallen behind on rent.