1.0 CLE Credit
- Importance of a (good) written lease in a commercial setting
- Top 10 considerations in drafting commercial leases, and the importance of putting them into context for your client
- How to handle a breach, both monetary and non-monetary, and when to sue
- Potential causes of action
- How the legal process works for evictions and other claims
Adam S. Woodruff, Esq. is partner in Shutts & Bowen's Tampa office. He received his J.D. from Nova Southeastern University, and his L.L.M. in Real Estate from John Marshall Law School. He concentrates his practice in the areas of banking law, corporate, real estate and business transactions. Mr. Woodruff represents financial institutions, including national, regional and community banks, in structuring, documenting and closing complex credit facilities. He has also assisted financial institutions with loan workouts and foreclosure related matters.
Eric E. Page, Esq. graduated with his J.D. from Stetson University College of Law. He works with clients to address and solve their real property problems. He regularly works with asset managers, property managers, developers, tax consultants, and appraisers. His experience includes handling matters concerning ad valorem tax disputes and property assessments, commercial leases, zoning and administrative matters, title issues, constitutional and statutory property rights, and contract disputes.