Posts by Jason Hughes
Jason Hughes on March 23, 2018
It’s been a busy 10 months for Hughes Marino since it launched its Seattle office.
Immediately after opening the Seattle office last June, the San Diego-based commercial real estate firm was sued by rival firm CBRE.
Two CBRE brokers—Gavin Curtis and Owen Rice—had left to start Hughes Marino’s Seattle office. CBRE accused them of stealing trade secrets. The companies settled the suit this week and it was dismissed with prejudice, which means the claims cannot be revived in court.Read More
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Lessons Learned From Our Morning With Howard Schultz
Brokers Leave CBRE to Open New Office in Seattle Skyscraper
Dual-Agency Practice Has Lawmaker Attention
A Time to ACT
Shining a Light on Lease Operating Expenses
The Failed Evolution of an Industry
California Real Estate Ruling Shakes Up Dual Agency Norms
Landmark Ruling by California Supreme Court in Horiike v. Coldwell Banker
‘Dual Agency’ Transactions Under Scrutiny in California Court Case
3-Pointers, Hot Dogs, and Office Space?
Horiike v. Coldwell Banker: Why Brokers Should Represent Only One Client
Love in the Workplace
Jason Hughes is chairman, CEO, and owner of Hughes Marino, an award-winning commercial real estate company with offices in Seattle, San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Silicon Valley. A pioneer in the field of tenant representation, Jason has exclusively represented tenants and buyers for more than 25 years. He writes about topics in commercial real estate from a tenant’s perspective on his blog, Downtown Dirt. Contact Jason at 1-844-NO-CONFLICT or email@example.com to learn more.