Meyer, Unkovic & Scott Partner, Kevin F. McKeegan, is serving as Co-Chair of the Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvania Retail Development & Law Symposium of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) scheduled for February 27-28 in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. McKeegan will also kick-off the Symposium with introductions and opening remarks and attorneys Robert E. Dauer, Jason M. Yarbrough, and Maxwell Briskman Stanfield will be presenting.
Mr. Dauer. will present during the session “That Was Not What the Parties Intended and Other Phrases Nobody Wants to Hear: Drafting to Avoid (Win) Litigation.” Mr. Yarbrough and Mr. Stanfield will serve as Roundtable Leaders. Yarbrough’s roundtable is titled, “Somebody To Lien On: Mechanic’s Liens and Tenant Improvements” and Stanfield’s roundtable is titled “Lights, Camera, Action! Filming Location Agreements and Shopping Centers.”
This annual ICSC symposium brings together developers, attorneys and brokers from five Midwest states to discuss trends and recent developments in the retail real estate industry. The theme of this year’s program is “All Bets Are Off – Where Do We Go From Here” reflecting a renewed sense of optimism in the industry. To view the program and for other details : https://www.icsc.com/attend-and-learn/events/details/ohkyinmipa-retail-dev-law-symposium-2020
McKeegan is the former Managing Partner of Meyer, Unkovic & Scott and is currently co-head of the Corporate & Business Law Practice Group and a member of the Real Estate & Lending Practice Group. His practice includes land use and zoning, acquisition and development of commercial real estate, corporate planning and transactions, and commercial lease transactions.
Yarbrough is a Partner and Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Litigation Section. He represents corporate entities, officers, individuals, and family-owned businesses in state and federal courts, state agencies, and arbitrations on a variety of complex commercial, construction, and real estate litigation matters.
Stanfield is a member of the firm’s Real Estate & Lending, Corporate & Business Law, Intellectual Property, MUSolutions, and Nonprofit practice groups. He represents clients across a number of industries covering a broad spectrum of corporate, business, financial, commercial real estate, and entertainment industry transactions.
Dauer focuses his practice on corporate, commercial, real estate, banking and bankruptcy legal matters, and litigation. He is a member of the firm’s Management Committee and Chair of the firm’s Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy Group.