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Andy Jacobson Authors Articles on Real Estate Law Developments and Estoppel Certificates in National Retail Tenants Association Publication

November 26, 2014

Maslon attorney Andy Jacobson co-authored an article in the November 2014 Issue of Tenants In-Common, a monthly publication for the National Retail Tenants Association. The article, featured in the Legal Corner section, highlights developments in real estate law and contains case summaries and analysis of recent court decisions that impact retail leasing and lease administration. In addition, Andy's article "Estoppel Certificates: A Review Checklist from a Tenant’s Perspective," which was also published in the May issue of The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, is featured.

During the NRTA national conference held in September, Andy was presented the 2014 Founders' Award. The award is given to one member each year in recognition of their distinguished service to the Association, to their respective company, or to their community.

Andy Jacobson is a partner in Maslon's Real Estate Group. His practice covers a broad range of commercial real estate issues, with particular focus on commercial and retail leasing, land use, telecommunications, as well as design and construction-related agreements. Andy is a frequent author and speaker on real estate subjects and teaches Real Estate Transactions at the University of St. Thomas School of Law.

For more information on the National Retail Tenants Association, visit: www.retailtenants.org.

To read the full estoppel certificates article as published in The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, go to Estoppel Certificates: A Review Checklist from a Tenant’s Perspective (republished with permission from ALI-CLE.)



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