landlords

Should Retail Landlords Restructure Leases to Provide Relief from COVID-19?

Retail landlords and tenants are experiencing unprecedented problems due to COVID-19.  In many instances non-essential retailers have been required to shutter, part of the social distancing implemented to slow the spread of COVID-19.  For example, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has required that all indoor shopping malls in the state close, as the government continues efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.  Jurisdictions such as San Francisco promulgated shelter-in place… Read More »Should Retail Landlords Restructure Leases to Provide Relief from COVID-19?

Will “The We Company” Work?

Will The We Company Work? WeWork, now The We Company, is one of many organizations whose fortunes have climbed to dizzying heights by leveraging the sharing economy.  With WeWork filing an amended draft registration with the SEC, an IPO is anticipated. So, it is timely to ask whether WeWork’s good fortunes are sustainable. WeWork’s Place in the Sharing Economy Before we drill down on WeWork, let’s take a brief look… Read More »Will “The We Company” Work?