Press & Awards

Suggested Tenant Revisions To The “AIR” Standard Industrial/Commercial Multi-Tenant Lease — Net

Offering Suggestions to Better Represent Tenants
by Clint Wilson & Kent Burton

The use of commercial lease forms provided by the American Industrial Real Estate Association (“AIR”) is widespread in California’s commercial leasing industry. Founded in 1960 by brokers for brokers, AIR advances the interests of its membership by providing, in part, standardized lease forms that serve as useful tools which can be tailored to the specific needs of landlords and tenants with minimum cost and time.

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High Court Ruling Aids Settlements

The state Supreme Court endorsed the expansive application of a unique settlement offer that raises the stakes for civil defendants who go to trial, with the stated purpose of encouraging cases to resolve early.

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Bleeding Life

Since he moved to Palos Verdes in the mid-1990s, Torrance Memorial Medical Center has been Albro Lundy’s preferred place to donate blood. He goes in every two to three months.

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Law In The Internet Age

The biggest changes in the legal profession over the past 35 years and the biggest changes we will see over the next 10-20 years involve innovations in media and the ways we communicate.

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Albro Lundy: Heart of the Law

Peninsula resident Albro Lundy III, who has helped win billions of dollars for California consumers through energy lawsuits, has added the title Trial Attorney of the Year for his dogged work in an accident case that has improved the safety of state roadways.

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Local Attorney Named Trial Lawyer of the Year

Albro Lundy, a partner in the law firm Baker, Burton and Lundy, was recently named 2009 Trial Attorney of the Year by the Consumer Attorneys of California. The organization honored him because he helped win an $11.6 million lawsuit against Caltrans for a man who was turned quadriplegic and dependent on a ventilator, due to a lack of warning signs to motorists at an intersection in rural California.

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Giant Killers

Three years ago the attorneys from the firm of Baker, Burton & Lundy were instrumental in a $1.7 million settlement between California residents and El Paso Natural Gas. Last week the same attorneys signed off on a $2 billion settlement with San Diego-based Sempra Energy.

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Baker’s Billions

Brad Baker put together a team of Erin Brokovich attorneys and others who would build the case—laughed off at first by many insiders—into a class-action antitrust lawsuit that has been tentatively settled by one of the energy companies for a dizzying $1.7 billion.

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