Monthly Archives: March 2016

Would I represent both sides?

In my days as a lawyer I’ve never had this sort of thing happen to me, but I could imagine the scenario. Car Crash Carl walks in and asks me to represent him in a case. Let’s say he’s driving in his new mustang and the brakes fail. The traffic light designed by XYZ corporation…
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Some of Kim’s adventures outside the office

Yes, it is true that the commercial real estate industry is quite adventurous. I think that is exactly what drew me in. Never are two projects or strategies ever the same. Every client has a different objective and set of criteria that is critical to their business needs. Our job is to identify those challenges…
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How healthy decisions can lead to a healthy bottom line

The largest expense that a business has is its people. The second largest is its real estate expenses. While slashing salaries and working in squalor to save on rent are options to keep both of these budgets in check, there are more favorable methods. A recent Pittsburgh Business Times Article by Stephanie Sikora mentioned several…
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Why I do what I do

I was in Las Vegas this past weekend visiting good friends. We haven’t had the chance to get together for almost a year, what with job changes and their move to Houston. We were having dinner at a lovely little local Italian restaurant and we got onto the subject of what I was up to…
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