August 16, 2017 | Firm News
Rich May Attorney Howard Levin Quoted in this Month’s Issue of PFIFA Pulse, Discussing the Importance of Letters of Intent in Commercial Lease Transactions
By: Rich May
Rich May Attorney Howard Levin was recently quoted in the August 9th issue of Pulse, the official independent newsletter of Planet Fitness Franchisees.
In the article, Howard discusses the importance and significance of Letters of Intent and how they set the stage for later negotiations. Check out the article here.
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