ORLANDO—Attorneys from Womble Bond Dickinson’s UK and US offices, representing the firm’s Real Estate and Retail and Consumer Sector Teams, took part in the recent ICSC US Shopping Center Law Conference .

During the conference, Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Julia Kreyskop spoke in a workshop titled “Anchored in Place – Is there such a thing anymore? Co-Tenancy and Operating Issues”. This workshop explored the critical provisions and concepts included in co-tenancy, opening and operating covenants.

Also attending were US attorneys Trent Jernigan, Dan Mackesey and Whitney Smith and UK lawyers Alistair Walton and Mark Barley. The firm co-hosted a reception on Friday, Oct. 26 with client Tanger Outlets.

Client Service Director Amy McClain and Director of Marketing & Client Resources Kay Newman helped plan and execute the reception and provided on-site support.

The ICSC US Shopping Center Law Conference provides retail real estate legal professionals the opportunity to gain industry-specific knowledge and insight from leading authorities, network with 1500+ industry peers, and earn general and ethics CLE credits. The event was held Oct. 24-27, 2018 in Orlando.




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