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07/21/04: Several high-level corporate scandals are playing out now—and quite publicly. Martha Stewart of course is headed off for a brief vacation in a government-funded resort not of her choosing while Frank Quattrone was recently denied a retrial by a US district judge. Meanwhile, Kenneth Lay has been indicted on federal charges for a multitude of unsavory dealings. Regardless of guilt or innocence in each case, these seemingly unrelated stories are all linked by the thread of excess. They all tell tales of illicit behavior and the apparent ability of individuals to delude themselves into thinking they’ve done nothing wrong. These are all interesting cases to follow, not only for their celebrity appeal or the high-ticket nature of the news, but also as a morality play. We can all learn from the news swirling around Stewart, Quattrone and Lay. If we do, it’s a good thing.

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JONES LANG LASALLE (SAN FRANCISCO; DALLAS) Kent Anderson, Sue Bowerman, Galen Hashimoto, John Solis and Jason Szeman have been promoted to vice president in the San Francisco office. Anderson and Hashimoto work in corporate property services; Solis and Szeman are in project and development services; and Bowerman serves in the firm’s tenant representation area. In Dallas , Juan Escudero and Evamarie Smith were named vice presidents. Escudero is in investor services; Smith is in corporate solutions.

WARE MALCOMB (IRVINE, CA) Brock Grayson has been named regional director for the firm’s Los Angeles office, while Jon Zimmerman has been promoted to regional director, commercial architecture and technology. Grayson joined the firm in 1997; Zimmerman came on board in 1998.

SYSKA HENNESSY GROUP (LOS ANGELES) William E. Scrantom has been promoted to national healthcare market focus leader, running the firm’s 80-person healthcare group. Scrantom has been at the company for 11 years, previously managing the Western regional healthcare team.

LAYTON-BELLING & ASSOCIATES (LOS ANGELES) The firm has hired Jeff N. Badertscher as senior asset manager. He will support acquisition activities in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Prior to joining Layton-Belling, Badertscher was a director at Westfield Corp.

LINCOLN PROPERTY (DALLAS) Linda Jackson has been named director of property management in the firm’s retail division. Jackson was most recently vice president and executive director of property management at Cencor Property Services.

TRAMMELL CROW (FLORHAM PARK, NJ) New to the company is Charles Hatfield , who comes on board as senior vice president. Hatfield will drive tenant representation and project leasing services in northern and central New Jersey . He was previously with Jones Lang LaSalle.

BROADWAY REAL ESTATE PARTNERS (BEVERLY HILLS, CA; NEW YORK CITY) The company has tapped Scott Sorenson as director of acquisitions for the western US. Sorenson was most recently vice president at Douglas, Emmett & Co. He will lead the firm’s new Beverly Hills office. In New York , the company named Brian Zilla as director of asset management. Zilla joins the firm from Prudential Real Estate Investors, where he was vice president.

HUDSON REALTY CAPITAL (NEW YORK CITY) Robert Perelman has joined the firm as director, responsible for loan originations, real estate investments and asset management. He was most recently director in the real estate finance and securitization group at Credit Suisse First Boston.




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