McNellis on Spring Rituals: A Full Accounting

FEBRUARY 1, 2012 By John McNellis Like daffodils, if not quite as lovely, accountants are among the earliest signs of spring. When ours called the other day to ask for details...

McNellis: Da to Kapital

Retail landlord finds hope amidst the rubble. July 1, 2011 By John McNellis In Red Square, Russia stages day-long parades to display its military might; troops, tanks and world-ending rockets endlessly rumble past...
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McNellis: Many Happier Returns

Solving E-Commerce’s Challenge to Traditional Retail Comes in Small Packages By John McNellis Before the Wall Street Journal pontificates again about retail’s demise, about all those tumbling bricks, it might do...
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The End of the Great Compromise

By Nash Hurley The era of the great compromise of work space has come to an end. For the better part of the last...
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Regaining Your Wetlands

Supreme Court gives landowners and developers the right to challenge Army Corps' wetlands jurisdiction determinations By Joshua A. Bloom It is an all too common scenario. A developer or landowner will...

Why San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors Cannot Avoid Enforcement of Building Codes

By Hans Hansson On the heels of the recent tragic Oakland fire, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is working to protect our artist community by preventing enforced building code...
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A Proposal Off The Rails

California’s Fill and Dredge Policy By J. Tom Boer and Samuel Brown In June, with little warning, the California State Water Resources Control Board (State Board) reissued a proposal to impose...
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McNellis: Decked by City Hall?

Making it in Real Estate (Part Ten): Decked by City Hall? By John McNellis "If you can't eat their food, drink their booze, screw their women, take their money and then...

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