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Allen Matkins, CaliforniaALL, CalPERS, Karina Hamilton, Robert Hamilton

Profiles of John Tipton and Alain R’bibo in Support CB Richard Ellis client of Allen Matkins (TLR Note: Highly relevant to fraud by Matkins in re web of SALUCI / CaliforniaALL / UC / Blum / Sordid / Dunn / Durkee / Voice of OC / MoFo / Misc )

John M. Tipton is the Operating Partner of the Century City office and he is one of the top attorneys in California with respect to acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, and asset management. John represents his clients in actively buying and selling raw land, office centers, shopping centers, mixed use projects, hotels and residential projects throughout the United States. He also has extensive experience in representing owners, operators, and partners in all types of development, construction, management and operating agreements.
Representative Clients

    British Telecom
    Blackstone Real Estate
    CB Richard Ellis Investors
    Columbia Development
    CommonWealth Partners
    Duesenberg Investment Company
    Empire Commercial Real Estate
    Equitable Life
    Extended Stay America
    Federal Realty Investment Trust
    Foster Enterprises
    General Electric Credit Equities, Inc.
    Helio LLC
    Hines Interests Limited Partnership
    Hillman Properties
    Homestead Village Management
    JMB Properties Company
    JMB/Urban Development Company
    Jupiter Realty Corporation
    Macquarie Cook Energy, LLC
    Maguire Properties
    Miller/Davis/J.H. Snyder Joint Venture
    Morgan Stanley Real Estate Group
    National Beverage Properties
    OTO Development LLC
    Park Tower Realty Corp.
    Prudential Real Estate Investors
    RAD Investors
    Raytheon Company
    SHM Partners
    Swiss Bank Corporation
    Sumitomo Life Realty (N.Y.), Inc.
    TMW Real Estate Group
    Tishman Speyer Properties L.P.
    Topa Equities, Ltd.
    1999 Women’s World Cup
    Watt Commercial Properties


Alain R’bibo is a partner in our Century City office where his practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions. Alain’s practice covers a wide variety of real estate matters, with an emphasis on advising clients in the acquisition, disposition, leasing and day-to-day management and operation of commercial real estate across the country, including office, retail, industrial and multifamily properties. Alain has represented a diverse group of clients, ranging from private individuals and closely-held entities, to REITs, pension funds and institutional owners and investors, including:

    Kilroy Realty
    Sumitomo Life Realty
    First Beverage Capital
    Tishman Speyer
    Maguire Properties
    CB Richard Ellis
    Beacon Capital
    MGA Entertainment
    Duesenberg Investment Company


About Leslie Brodie

Leslie Brodie is a reporter, writer, blogger, activist, and a religious leader in the community.


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