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Is Your Workplace Going to the Dogs? Managing Pet Friendly Policies

Is Your Workplace Going to the Dogs? Managing Pet Friendly Policies by Christina M. Michelson on August 26, 2013 Companies are increasingly adopting pet-friendly policies as a way to attract and retain employees....more

New Legislation on RETT Blocker Structures

For some time now legislative bodies have been discussing the implementation of rules according to which the acquisition of “economic” (wirtschaftliche) participating interests of more than 95 % on a consolidated basis in a...more

Small Tenant Lease Negotiating

Startups, small tenants and non-profits can successfully negotiate several key leasing issues that materially improves the terms of their office space leases. By Peter Pokorny, Real Estate Counselors, PLLC. ...more

Using Rule 506 for Raising Money

Helpful advice for using Rule 506 for raising money....more

Draft bill for combating RETT blocker structures

As from 2013: Real Estate Transfer tax on (in)direct economic accumulation of shares? Draft bill aiming at combating so-called RETT blocker structures - So far, all shares in a company holding German real estate can...more

Can You Share Your Attorney's Advice With Your Business Partners?

Our preview of the September term continues with Center Partners, Ltd. v. Growth Head GP, LLC. Center Partners involves a dispute over the purchase of a property company. Defendants – a maze of corporations, partnerships...more

“Sophisticated Investors” – how to determine; by Bruce E. Methven

Several securities-offering exemptions allow “sophisticated investors” to invest. The question is how to determine when potential investors are sophisticated. ...more

INTERNATIONAL LAW COMPENDIUM 2011-2012

E-Iure is a young, vibrant and expanding network of international law firms. established in 2003. Now, E-Iure comprises a network of law firms from all over the world. Meant to be a link between Europe and America, during the...more

Turbervilles Business Newsletter - Winter 2011

Welcome to our Winter Newsletter. In this edition, we look at why it may be possible for firms to make a profit when pursuing payment of overdue invoices. A firm of surveyors must pay £18m after giving negligent...more

Taking the Bird’s Eye View to Handling Your Commercial Assets

One of the biggest mistakes that a company could ever make is to view its commercial assets as individual holdings. The fact is, each piece of property represents a jigsaw piece of a much larger puzzle. And far too often,...more

Some Thoughts on Taking the DIY Approach to Selling Your Industrial Space

Selling industrial space can be the equivalent of navigating a minefield, with the notable exception that regardless of how poorly things go, the most you’ll only ever lose is an arm and a leg—figuratively speaking, of...more

Selling Industrial Space: A Green Approach to Sales Prep

In recent years, the importance of using green building techniques and materials has expanded to include commercial assets and industrial space. When selling industrial space, the greener that space is, the better for...more

Industrial Property for Sale– Sure, But is the Price Right?

When you’ve got an industrial property for sale, one of the most important factors is determining a sale price for that property. If the asking price is too high, the property will gather cobwebs before it is sold. If it’s...more

Watch This Space: Preparing an Office for Lease

An office building or even a single unit of office space can be a valuable investment for a commercial property owner. In order to get the best return on that investment, your property needs to be leased to paying...more

The 2 Most Important Words to Know for Selling Your Troubled Assets

There are two critically important words that could make all the difference in the world when it comes to selling a distressed property fast. Whether you choose to work with a real estate consultant or decide to take your...more

The Benefits of Paying More– Negotiating Flexibility in Your Lease

Despite the fact that it seems to make sense to try to get the cheapest rate possible when leasing offices or industrial space, lease negotiations shouldn’t always be about “the bottom line.” There are actually many...more

Relationships as Assets: Building a Winning Relationship with your Real Estate Agent

When selling property, there are many factors to consider. However, one of the most important factors is often one of the most frequently overlooked: your relationship with your real estate agent. A great relationship with...more

Putting Your Best Square Foot Forward: Tips to Rent Industrial Space

An industrial space presents a unique opportunity for you as the business property owner. Warehouses are quite versatile and the options for their use are nearly limitless. With the right mix of creativity, ingenuity, and...more

Industrial Property Development: What a Commercial Realtor Can Do For You

Whether you’re looking to invest in industrial property or already have property you’re looking to sell, a relationship with a commercial realtor can reap great rewards for your foray into industrial property...more

If You Got it, Flex it– How to Ensure Leverage for Lease Renegotiations

Sometimes, negotiating office leases are only as successful as you allow them to be. The fact of the matter is, whether you operate with or without the assistance of commercial real estate agents, you as an existing tenant...more

Follow the Leader– The Benefits of Outsourcing Your Property Management Needs

The fact that some of the most high profile and highly efficient companies in the world outsource their office property management needs should tell you something. And while your company may not be a power player yet,...more

The Top 5 Reasons to Sublease Office Space

The commercial sublease is quite often the answer for businesses just getting their start, but it’s also a viable option for commercial tenants who have extra room to spare and who want to fill that empty space with parties...more

The Top 5 Reasons Not to Sublease Office Space

The office sublease isn’t for everyone. Although subleasing office space is popular among companies with limited options, some of the drawbacks may give you cause to reconsider whether or not you’d be better off leasing...more

The Dos and Don’ts of Expediting a Commercial Real Estate Sale

Real estate foreclosure is a frightening prospect that has the potential of sending reasonably levelheaded people racing for solutions. The trouble is, most of the solutions are based in a fear that’s bordering on panic....more

The Art of Communication and Preparation: Do’s and Don’ts in Lease Negotiations

Lease and property negotiations are a fact of life in commercial real estate. These negotiations can seem tricky and intimidating, but they don’t have to be that way. You can communicate confidently and effectively during...more

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