Clarilis has developed a market-ready automation of the Model Commercial Lease (MCL) suite as an integral component of its wider automation offering to real estate teams. This specific standardisation project focuses on law firms acting for landlords, investors, corporate occupiers and also generalist real estate practices.
Join us for this webinar with Tim Cooper, Legal Director at LandSec and Dion Panambalana, Real Estate partner at Hogan Lovells, one of the architects of the Model Commercial Lease to learn more about the automation project and a chance to preview the pre-automated suite.
Real Estate Partner
Tim is a Legal Director at Landsec, one of the leading real estate companies in the UK with a portfolio of around £11bn and 23 million sq ft of space.
Tim has been with Landsec since 1998 and is currently responsible for the legal function covering much of the retail and leisure part of the business including Bluewater, working on a number of urban regeneration schemes as well as providing legal support to group’s procurement division.
Outside of Landsec, Tim is currently vice-chair of the BPF’s Commercial Committee and immediate past chair of the same committee where he served for 5 years, as well as being a member of the MCL committee for the past 8 years.
Dion is a real estate partner at Hogan Lovells, London. Dion leads negotiations and manages deals from development joint ventures though development leasing and funding to complex sales and purchases. He is an industry leader having been one of the architects of the Model Commercial Lease and currently leading the charge with Government on L&T Act Reform
Charlotte was previously a Senior Associate in Gowling WLG’s real estate commercial development and investment team, where she acted for institutional investors, landlords and developers across a range of asset classes and transaction types. She also has experience in specialist real estate finance and litigation practices from her early career at Clifford Chance.
At Clariilis, Charlotte is responsible for the successful delivery of real estate and construction automation projects.
The panel will be hosted and facilitated by Clarilis' CEO, James Quinn.