Dual Agency Law Following the California Supreme Court’s Landmark Horiike Decision (1.5 General Participatory Credits)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


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Join us for a dynamic presentation that will provide a general overview of real estate agency law and an in-depth discussion of the California Supreme Court’s recent Horiike decision and the impact thereof.

Dennis Hearst, CCIM, SIOR
Senior Vice President - CBRE
Dennis Hearst brings over 30 years of industry experience to CBRE in San Diego. Since 1990, Dennis has exclusively represented tenants and occupiers. He specializes in law firm and corporate tenant representation, built-to-suit representation, client...More
Sean E. Ponist, Esq.
Real Property Law Section Chair - SDCBA
Sean Ponist is the owner of the Law Offices of Sean Ponist, P.C., a firm specializing in real estate, construction defect and business litigation. Prior to founding his own firm, Mr. Ponist was a prosecutor with the Marin County District Attorney’s...More
William Simmons, Esq.
Bill Simmons was the broker owner of Re/Max of Rancho Bernardo until he sold it in 2003. He is now a practicing attorney in La Jolla. He specializes in buyer-seller and broker disputes, and real estate mediations.

Bill was president of the...More

Originally Published

July 11, 2017

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This program contains the following components:

  • Dual Agency Law Following the California Supreme Court’s Landmark Horiike Decision - Video
  • Dual Agency Law Following the California Supreme Court’s Landmark Horiike Decision - Paper

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