The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) has its annual law conference in San Diego next week. For any attorney involved in retail leasing, it is a must see event. The seminars are very worthwhile. I have been doing leasing for over 20 years now and still come away from each conference feeling like I learned a number of things that will directly help our clients. In addition, the conference is a great opportunity to socialize with clients and maybe more importantly opposing counsel. Having a beer with opposing counsel makes getting a deal done with them so much easier. It is easy for someone to be difficult by email to someone they have never met in person; it is much harder for someone to be difficult after you have met them and become friends. Developing a relationship with opposing counsel directly benefits our clients. Not to mention that a couple days in San Diego never hurt anyone.

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Scott Kadish

Chairing the firm’s Leasing and Retail Groups, Scott maintains the skills and expertise needed to represent landlords and tenants in the development and lease-up of shopping centers on a national basis. He also counsels clients on a wide variety of real estate and…

Chairing the firm’s Leasing and Retail Groups, Scott maintains the skills and expertise needed to represent landlords and tenants in the development and lease-up of shopping centers on a national basis. He also counsels clients on a wide variety of real estate and business transactions, and general business law. Scott brings his leadership to the firm’s Cincinnati office where he serves as partner-in-charge, overseeing its operations, business development and client relationships. Repeatedly named to Ohio Super Lawyers, and having achieved the highest ranking, AV Preeminent®, from Martindale-Hubbell®, Scott also serves as a member of the firm’s Management Committee.