Gibson Dunn presents an informative discussion on real estate leased facilities as an asset and liability to be managed. Companies dealing with a high growth trajectory need to anticipate that one of the unique aspects of real estate commitments, which is their long-term duration, presents challenges for growing companies. In addition, our panelists focus on planning leases for use in real estate holding subsidiaries, terms like expansion rights, contraction rights, sublet & assignment rights, changes in use rights, and, most importantly, absence of restrictions on changes in control or changes in capital structure, as well as ability to replace guarantees.
David Wilf — Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Andrew Lance — Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
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