BETCO Inc., a single-source manufacturer of self-storage building components, has signed on as the premier sponsor of the Inside Self-Storage Legal Learning Webinar Series. Presented by industry legal expert Jeffrey Greenberger, the informational web events take place on the second Tuesday of every month from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. ET. Each focuses on a key legal issue within the self-storage industry. Past topics have included:
- Arbitration/Mediation Clauses in Self-Storage
- The Importance of Holding a "Commercially Reasonable" Public Sale
- The Benefits and Cautions Involved in Tenant Screening
- Defining 'Climate Control' at Your Self-Storage Site
- Modifying Your Lease and Getting Tenants to Comply
"We are pleased to become the first sponsor for the ISS Webinar series," said Terry Campbell, BETCO's director of marketing. "While the program is relatively new, we view it as a unique, interactive self-storage communications medium that has a great future. We want to share in that exposure."
The Legal Learning series is currently free for all participants and will remain so through October 2006. September's webinar addresses options and strategies for dealing with tenant bankruptcy. For more information and to register, visit www.insideselfstorage.com/webinars.
BETCO provides an array of self-storage building products and services. Manufactured products include metal buildings, doors and hallway systems. Design choices include single- and multi-story as well as climate-controlled units. The company also offers design, consultation and shipping services and can provide professional construction crews for any project. For more information, visit www.betcoinc.com.
Greenberger practices with the law firm of Katz, Greenberger & Norton LLP in Cincinnati, which represents owners and operators of commercial real estate, including self-storage. He counsels several state storage associations, including those for Kentucky and Ohio. He is also the owner of an online resource for facility owners, www.selfstoragelegal.com. For more information, call 513.721.5151; e-mail [email protected].