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Bob Linton, Pat Stanton to Speak at BOMA/Suburban Chicago Event

Will Address Broad Range of Legal Issues That Affect Commercial Real Estate Owners, Managers, Landlords, Investors

September 9, 2013

On Wednesday, September 11, 2013, two Chicago-based Dykema lawyers—Robert C. Linton, member and leader of the Firm’s Real Estate Practice Group, and Patrick Stanton, member and leader of Dykema’s Business Litigation Practice Group—will lead a three-hour legal seminar for members and guests of BOMA/Suburban Chicago. The session will be held at J.C. Restoration, Inc. in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, and will start at 8:30 am.

Linton and Stanton will draw upon their understandings and experience to provide perspective and insight into a wide variety of legal issues that commercial office owners/managers/landlords/investors currently face.

Among these:

  • The impact of Illinois’ recently enacted concealed carry law
  • Mistakes in leases: how to remediate, how to avoid
  • Defaulting tenants: best practices to follow, re-letting vs. subleasing

BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association) of Suburban Chicago has served the commercial office industry for over 40 years. Its members represent over 52 million square feet—and manage an additional 1 billion square feet—of  office space, ranging from commercial office buildings to government buildings, medical buildings to corporate headquarters. Holdings are concentrated in the four suburban counties that adjoin Cook County.

To learn more about this event, click here.