In a Crain’s “Real Estate Guest Blog,” dated May 15, 2017 and titled, “Prohibited use clauses should make sense for the landlord and tenant,” Megan C. Zaidan asserted that prohibited use clauses in commercial leases can benefit both the landlord and tenant, but they must contain language which is flexible enough to balance the needs of both parties.

1997 – Co-author of “Amendment to CERCLA, RCRA Affects Lenders”, National Law Journalandnbsp;