REIT Resource Center
REIT Resource Center
As a leading global law firm with one of the most active and highly regarded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) practices in the U.S., Morrison Foerster provides clients with comprehensive legal services in the areas of capital markets, M&A, tax, real estate, investment management, and corporate governance.
This resource center provides practical information and guidance about the most timely and significant issues pertaining to REITs.
If you would like to be updated as our resources are published, please contact us at REIT@mofo.com
An Analysis of 2021 and 2022 SEC Comments Issued to REITs
A summary of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) process for filings that REITs make under the Securities Act of 1933 and SEC comments issued to REITs during 2021 and 2022.
What the REIT?! (February 2023 Edition)
Current Tax Issues for the REIT Community
2023 Guide to REIT Executive Compensation
In an update to our Guide to REIT Executive Compensation, Morrison Foerster attorneys, in coordination with Ferguson Partners
FAQs – Form 8-K Relevant to Public REITs
Determining when significant events or changes require disclosure on Form 8-K can be challenging.
FAQs – Non-GAAP Financial Measures
They have always been particularly important for REITs, but understanding the SEC’s rules regarding their presentation can be challenging.
What the REIT?! (Special Edition)
COVID-19 Potential Impacts.
What the REIT?! (January 2020 Edition)
Current Tax Issues for the REIT Community.
In the last 60 years, the REIT industry has grown significantly and provides all investors with the benefits of commercial real estate investments.
Quick Guide to REIT IPOs
The REIT sector remains strong, and IPOs for REITs are still a key path to realization of REIT and real estate investor liquidity.
Shop Talk: Taking REITs Public
Morrison & Foerster partner Andy Campbell spoke to Real Assets Adviser for a podcast interview on REIT initial public offerings. In the podcast episode “Shop Ta
FAQs – UPREITs and OP Unit Transactions
UPREITs are a common operating structure for publicly traded equity REITs. They have both benefits and drawbacks.