Impact of COVID-19 on Lease Structures & Outlook for Law Firm Premises

Event Recording

18 May 2020

TopicOperational Management
TypeEvent Recording
CPD1 - Practice Management and Business Skills

PricingAUD $37
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Associate MemberAUD $18.50

In this session Principals from Kernel Property, Australia’s leading tenancy advisors to Law Firms, will provide an update on the property market and examples of Firm responses in managing premises as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This one hour session facilitated by Giles Knapman and Kai Schindlmayr will cover:

  1. Impact of the current environment on lease structures
  2. How will working from home change our views on our previous ways of working
  3. Changes expected in Law Firm premises
  4. Responses to questions submitted

Provided by

Giles Knapman
Director at Kernel Property

Giles has over 24 years’ experience in property and for the last 16, has focused solely on representing Australian commercial tenants. He provides occupiers with the opportunity to make significant savings from lease commencement, throughout lease term, at expiry and equitable in other lease terms. Giles assists clients with individual premises or structuring whole property portfolios and his knowledge has been gained in working with many business sectors and from regional offices through to CBD locations. Giles has been RICS qualified since 1995, also acting on behalf of the RICS as an assessor of new members.

Kai Schindlmayr
Director at Kernel Property

Committed and highly motivated, Kai is a skilled client side project manager who has worked on a wide range of project types for both the private and the public sector. He has extensive experience in project delivery and management consultancy through all project phases. More recently, Kai’s focus has shifted toward the delivery of a number of large scale, high-end and complex workplaces. Working with the very best design and delivery teams in Australia, Kai has a deep understanding and appreciation of changing workplace environments.

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