Category Archives: Law

See how law firms are utilizing their space and the impact on real estate

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Over the next two years, law firms are expected to continue to lose real estate market leverage. JLL’s new infographic outlines how leverage has shifted away from law firms towards landlords. Check out JLL’s new infographic for more law firm workplace trends and details on how space utilization can lower costs in the legal sector.

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JLL’s infographic details current law firm workspace trends

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Trends like collaborative workplaces and digitization of the workplace have radically changed how law firms use office space. Check out JLL’s new infographic for more law firm workplace trends and details on how space utilization can lower costs in the legal sector.

Revenue levels of the AmLaw 100 grew by just 2.8 percent in 2012, following growth rates of 5.9 percent in 2011 and 4.7 in 2010. As revenue growth slowed, so… Read More

JLL’s new infographic outlines how the Am Law 100 can build niche practice areas & access new markets

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The current environment shows a challenging time ahead for the majority of law firms. Falling revenue growth levels among the AmLaw 100 (just 2.8% in 2012) make cost-cutting measures a must, but decreasing office space availability, particularly among Trophy and Class A options, is increasing rents across the board.

What does this mean to you? Our Infographics campaign sheds light on where, when and why the change is happening and how it… Read More

Change in U.S. energy production causes a ripple effect

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Over the past few years, we went from being a net importer of oil, natural gas and biofuel, to a net exporter. Check out the infographic below to see how this has impacted energy companies, the economy, the job market, other industries and more.

Fueling a Change: A big transition in the U.S. energy pipeline

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Winds of change gusting through the US law firm office landscape

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2013-Research-Law-Firm-Perspective-USPositive economic headwinds have picked up force across the U.S., fueling increased optimism for 2014 and 2015. However, for the domestic legal sector, the outlook for most firms remains muted, driven by fairly stagnant conditions across most practice areas, which, when combined with fee compression, creates a slow-growth environment.

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Phoenix has a new source for commercial real estate news!

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2013-Phonenix-blog-announcementBe the first: Visit our new blog dedicated to the Phoenix market. Learn the complexities involved in finding, negotiating, and constructing the best physical environment for your business to thrive.

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LA and OC broker collaboration secures law firm headquarters in a premier, cutting-edge business park

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Our recent lease with Haight Brown & Bonesteel LLP in Irvine showcases how collaboration for the success of the client is inherent in everything we do.… Read More

Rent gap widens between West side and downtown

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West side tech startup and media company tenants seeking open collaborative spaces  drive rent volatility due to strong growth rates. Meanwhile the transforming downtown L.A. market may… Read More

A rent gap of 30-percent-and-greater between the Westside and Downtown has signaled two of the last recessions

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Los Angeles CBD Class A inventory impacted by sale of US Bank Tower

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2013-Morales-Tony-Commercial-Property-ExecutiveCommercial Property Executive met with JLL’s Managing Director Tony Morales to discuss the sale of the US Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles. Overseas Union Enterprise Ltd. U.S. subsidiary Beringia Central L.L.C. purchased the 72-story, 1.4-million s.f. Class A office property for $367.5 million. The transaction also included the Maguire… Read More