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This program was recorded on August 27, 2020
The COVID pandemic has had a monumental impact on businesses and consumers alike from real estate deals to corporate transactions. This informative CLE will re-visit the often afterthought force majeure clause and help practitioners understand when it may apply, the steps to take and when other defenses or provisions may be more effective. This course will also provide helpful drafting tips for contracts going forward as we continue to navigate uncertain waters.
A recipient of AVVO Client Choice awards in both the areas of Real Estate and Corporate Law, Simon Khinda spearheads KCKW LLP’s transactional and international practice group. Recognized as a Lawyer of Distinction, Simon represents the interests of client’s locally, nationally and internationally acting as outside General Counsel. Known as a deal-maker, clients from start-ups to non-profit, domestic to international, rely on his expert advice.
Simon was born and raised in England where he obtained his Bachelors in Business Law and ranked in the top 5% of students attending his University. He then completed his LL.M in Commercial and Corporate Law at the prestigious University College London. Simon immediately joined a fast growing Real Estate Investment firm and worked in London before enjoying successful stints in Malaysia, India, Dubai and Saudi Arabia where he was integral in handling real estate transactions valued over $400 million as well as multi-jurisdictional corporate structuring. Simon then left to apply his breadth of experience to his family business in England and continues to advise on growth and management of the real estate portfolio.
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- Force Majeure and its historical relevance
- Defenses of Impossibility and Frustration of Purpose
- Insurance issues in contractual claims
- The California Association of Realtors response and addenda
- The impact on Corporate transactions
- Drafting Tips