Commercial Real Estate

COVID-19 Waivers: Can They Reduce Your Business Risk?

By: Lisa Kleiner Wood and Ethan C. Geis As states begin to reopen and loosen restrictions on public gatherings and business closures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, business managers, event coordinators, and property owners are seeking to get back to a semblance of normalcy. However, at least in the near term, it appears that…

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Webinar | Milwaukee CRE and COVID-19: Strategies for a Shifting World

    RE Journals and the panel of experts held a complimentary webinar addressing topics including: What can Tenants & Landlords expect in a post COVID-19 “new normal” environment? Which commercial sectors are best poised to re-emerge post-crisis? How quickly can we expect commercial real estate to recover once life returns to normal? What strategies…

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No Hidden Late Fees: Wisconsin Prohibits Residential Landlords from Charging Fees and Penalties for Late Rent Payment during the COVID-19 Pandemic

By: Blake A. Nold and Michael T. Van Someren The coronavirus pandemic has led to the vast majority of states across America issuing orders affecting the rights of landlords, tenants, and financial institutions. Here in Wisconsin, Governor Evers issued Emergency Order #15, placing a temporary ban on eviction actions from March 27, 2020 through May…

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Strategies for Landlords in Dealing with Tenants in Light of COVID-19

By: Joseph E. Tierney IV and Michael Van Someren Tenant economic issues due to COVID-19 have been well publicized and programs have been put in place to help tenants. Landlords, on the other hand, feel much of the same pain but that pain has not been well publicized, nor has it been addressed by federal…

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