Law360, Los Angeles (August 28, 2015, 3:13 PM EDT) -- As commerce continues to shift away from the brick-and-mortar model, retailers are finding they need to drive customers online and learn how to negotiate for Wi-Fi capability and the ability to put satellite dishes on roofs — a part of the store that until recently has been off-limits for tenants.
Tenants are also rethinking the layout of their stores, treating them more as branding and showroom spaces than as purely places to conduct commerce.
Here, Law360 looks at four things many brick-and-mortar tenants are vying for...
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