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NAIOP Silicon Valley Real Time Virtual Series: Analyzing SB 939 and its Possible Effects on CRE and Focusing On Bankruptcy Strategies for Potential Tenant Insolvencies Driven by COVID-19
The NAIOP Silicon Valley Real Time Virtual Series will feature content related to COVID-19 and its impact to local commercial real estate. This virtual meeting series is hosted every Wednesday at 11:00am and will include 30-minutes of timely content and Q&A.

The session will focus on the bankruptcy related issues that impact landlords when tenants file for bankruptcy, especially if such tenants have received rent relief from landlords. Issues covered will include the bankruptcy oriented pitfalls related deferred rent, assumption of leases in bankruptcy, rejection of leases in bankruptcy, and the retention of security deposits/letters of credit by landlord pre or post bankruptcy filing.

Additionally attendees will hear more about the possible effects of SB 939, a California state bill that is a COVID-19 commercial rent moratorium eviction and lease renegotiation bill, sponsored by CA state senator Scott Weiner.

Panelists are: Tony Natsis, Partner & Chair of the Global Real Estate Group at Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP and Tim McGinty, Partner at Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP.

May 27, 2020 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Anton (Tony) N. Natsis
Partner & Chair of the Global Real Estate Group @Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP
A name partner of the firm, Anton Natsis is Chair of Allen Matkins’ Global Real Estate Group and is one of the top real estate attorneys in the United States. His practice focuses on development, leasing, purchase and sale, and portfolio investment sales, and joint venture transactions involving office, retail, and industrial projects, as well as arbitrating numerous fair market value disputes, CAM disputes and other significant landlord/tenant disputes. He also has extensive experience in debt, equity, and joint venture workouts, and the purchase of distressed assets and distressed debt. Tony is continually sought out by some of the largest national land owners and represents many governmental entities, including the LAUSD, State of California, and City of Anaheim. Tony is also frequently retained as counsel for major national office tenants, such as AT&T, Citicorp, the FDIC, AIG, The Walt Disney Company, the Los Angeles Times, and several well-known technology companies.
Timothy B. McGinity
Partner @Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP
Timothy McGinity works with clients on commercial and high-end residential real estate projects to help deliver positive results that stand up to the toughest challenges and their most ambitious goals and requirements. He maintains a hybrid practice—deals and disputes—that is unique to the California real estate marketplace.
Michael S. Greger
Partner @Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP
Michael Greger is a partner in the firm's Orange County office. His practice concentrates on bankruptcy and creditors' rights law and associated litigation. He has represented secured creditors in virtually all aspects of bankruptcy and state court litigation, including judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, receiverships, in and out-of-court workouts, cramdown and relief from stay litigation, and lender liability trials. In addition, he has represented debtors in possession, trustees, examiners and creditors' committees in a wide variety of bankruptcy matters.