Active in the legal community, Bob participates in many MCLE programs and developed programs and publications for newly admitted attorneys. In addition, he is frequently invited by the International Council of Shopping Centers, Real Estate Bar Association and Massachusetts Bar Association to speak on a variety of real estate topics.
Speaking Engagements and Publications: “Representing Builders, Design Professionals & Troubled Developers In Troubled Times,” faculty member, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education seminar; June 2009"Surfing the Economic Tsunami: Practice Tips for the Leasing Professional", panelist, Sherin and Lodgen LLP and Cushman & Wakefield Inc. joint seminar, May 2009; "Golden opportunity for tech tenants to seek new value," Mass High Tech, February 23, 2009; Essential Differences Between Subleases and Leases; Spring Conference, Real Estate Bar Association, Boston, May 2007; Strategic Issues in Commercial Leasing; Real Estate Law Conference, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education and Real Estate Bar Association, March 2006; Non-Disturbance and Subordination Agreements and Estoppel Certificates: A Discussion of the Lender's, Landlord's and Tenant's Perspectives, International Conference of Shopping Centers Law Conference, International Conference of Shopping Centers, October 2005. Bankruptcy Issues in Commercial, Spring Conference, Real Estate Bar Association, 2004. Lease Drafting in Anticipation of Bankruptcy and Related Issues, Bankruptcy for Real Estate Lawyers, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 2003. Bankruptcy Topics for Leasing Lawyers and Other Leasing Professionals, International Conference of Shopping Centers Boston Retail Leasing Symposium, International Conference of Shopping Centers, December 2003. From Construction to Opening: Construction Issues in Commercial Leasing, International Conference of Shopping Centers Boston Retail Leasing Symposium, International Conference of Shopping Centers, December 2002; "Negotiating and Drafting Commercial Leases," Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.
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