Over the last few months, conflict of interest for brokers representing two sides in a deal has seen some serious attention in courtrooms.

JLL had to forfeit more than $800,000 in commission and interest a landlord didn’t pay on a leasing arrangement. The company, which did not reply to multiple contacts from GlobeSt.com, had represented both the landlord and the tenant in a 2018 Washington, D.C. office space lease but allegedly hadn’t followed a local law that required clear disclosure in documents.

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