Publication Details

Lubin Olson's Elaine Andersson and Robert Miller will be speaking for RINA Accountancy Corporation / Boilerplate Real Estate Contracts: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly, September 20, 2016


Boilerplate Real Estate Contracts: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
8:30 am - 10:00 am
Scott's Seafood Restaurant


Standard terms, often dismissed as “boilerplate,” show up again and again in contracts, including purchase agreements, leases, and construction contracts, usually without much notice from the parties or even their lawyers. Bob Miller and Elaine Andersson, attorneys with Lubin Olson Niewiadomski, draw on years of experience and real examples to explain when commonly-used boilerplate is good, when it is bad, and how boilerplate works when things get ugly.  Topics covered include provisions regarding identity of signing entities and their authority, limitations on liability, damages, insurance, waiver of subrogation, and dispute resolution.

Our Speakers:

Elaine AnderssonElaine Andersson is Of Counsel in Lubin Olson’s Real Estate Practice Group where she represents businesses and individuals in office, retail and industrial leasing, property management issues, related contract negotiation, and real property acquisitions, dispositions and financing. Elaine’s more than 25 years of legal experience includes handling all legal matters for a 6+ million square foot portfolio as Vice President and Regional Counsel at Boston Properties, and a decade as a law school professor. Elaine is a past Chair of the Real Property Law Section of the State Bar of California, and has also served as the President of Commercial Real Estate Women-San Francisco, as Chair of the Government and Public Affairs Committee of BOMA-San Francisco, and on the Board of BOMA California.

Robert MillerRobert Miller is a Partner in Lubin Olson’s Business, Real Estate and Land Use Practice Groups.  He represents business and individuals in all aspects of their real estate business operations, including real property acquisitions and dispositions, entity issues, leasing, construction and related contract negotiation, financing, project development and entitlement, regulatory compliance, litigation management, insurance and risk management.  Robert is a past Vice Chair and Chair, Executive Committee, State Bar of California Real Property Law Section.  He is a frequent presenter on real estate issues and has had numerous publications on real estate topics.


Registration, Networking and Continental Breakfast

Presentation with Q&A

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