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How To Talk To Your Landlord In A Difficult Time

May 13, 2020 BY DEF Admin

Attorney David Rusnak participated in a webinar to assist business owners affected by COVID-19 with how to have a conversation with landlords about expenses, such as monthly leases. David elaborates on various approaches on how and when to initiating this discussion, as well as tactics on how to negotiate a solution that benefits both the business owner and the landlord. 

"Be the first person to pick up the phone. Be the person who says "look, this is my siutation. This is what I'm worried about. This is what I'm going to be dealing with going forward." Get that conversation started with the landlord now. Being proactive will save you from an angry landlord or a landlord that finds hinslef desperate with less flexibility."

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David Rusnak focuses his practice on state and federal business litigation, risk management, and alternative dispute resolution. He represents local, regional and national clients in commercial, financial, real estate and construction matters. 

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