After having to rely on landlord negotiations to try to lower rent payments in 2020, big firms will likely argue for broader protections in their office leases going forward, real estate experts say.

In particular, the broad lease provisions at issue in litigation related to Jenner & Block and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett’s offices could become a model for other law firms in negotiating new leases.

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