Stephen T. Del Percio

Arent Fox LLP


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Tenant gets green building upgrades during Oregon lease renewal negotiations

USA - January 30 2012 Welch Allyn, a New York-based manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies, was recently able to capitalize on the soft commercial real estate market by negotiating green building upgrades in connection with a 100,000-square-foot office renewal in Beaverton, Oregon.

California LEED consulting firm files unfair competition suit against former employees

USA - January 19 2012 A recent lawsuit filed against a fledgling green building consultancy suggests that the increasing value in the delivery of LEED certification and building commissioning services is also increasing the importance of risk management for corporate entities and their employees.

The top 5 stories in green real estate law: 2011

USA - January 10 2012 Before we get started in earnest here at GRELJ in 2012, let’s take a look back at five of the most important legal stories in the green building space from 2011.

Near Stockholm, nuclear technology company signs Swedish green lease

Sweden - January 5 2012 Characterized by the owner as a green lease, two Swedish companies have committed to decreasing energy in a new 10-year lease for 14,000 square meters of mixed-use space in two buildings located just west of Stockholm.

City Planning Commission reveals proposed green revisions to New York City Zoning Resolution

USA - December 22 2011 Back in November, City Planning Commissioner Amanda Burden announced that her office would be proposing amendments to the New York City Zoning Resolution, which dates from 1961.