Craig Peters

Craig Peters

Craig Peters, a Real Estate Broker in the L.A. North Market

Craig Peters leads one of the top industrial teams in the L.A. North Market and is a top broker on a regional and national basis. He and his team pride themselves on hard work and excellence.

Dr. Peters and his team perform some of the nation’s highest numbers of laparoscopic surgeries for pediatric urology conditions. This type of surgery can help children heal faster.

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After completing their general degree in medicine, most urologists undergo advanced training in their field of expertise through a fellowship lasting 12 to 36 months. In addition, many urologists supplement their fellowship with a master’s degree (2-3 years) or a Phd. (4-6 years) in related topics to prepare them for academic as well as focused clinical employment.

Throughout his career, Craig peters has been a leader in urologic education and research. He has published over 150 papers and is the co-editor of one of the leading urology textbooks. His expertise has also helped him develop new treatment options for urologic conditions. His work has been recognized with numerous awards and accolades, including the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Silver Medal of Distinction in Clinical Care, the Order of Canada, and the AUA’s Distinguished Service Award.

He is also an active member of several professional organizations, serving as a past president of the American Urological Association Western Section and the National Urological Society. He also serves on the NIH National Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Research Council, where he uses his knowledge of the kidneys, bladder, and reproductive organs to advise on scientific and medical issues.

Dr. Peters is a nationally recognized expert in urology, focusing on pediatric urology and robotic surgery. He is certified in the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System, which uses small instruments and a camera to perform operations through small incisions. This can reduce pain, hospital stays, and recovery time. He also serves as the division director of pediatric urology at Children’s Health and professor of urology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

A former president and trustee of the American Board of Urology, Dr. Damaser has an active clinical practice and a flourishing laboratory at UT Southwestern. Her research explores a variety of areas, including the causes of prostate cancer progression, effects of pregnancy and sex hormones on the urinary tract, and genitourinary imaging and physiology. She has also served on the AUA Research Council. In this role, she seeks to collaborate with advocacy groups that promote the value of urologic research and cultivate congressional champions for advancements in urologic science.

Real Estate

Growing up in a small town in Trumbull, CT, Craig Peters always knew he wanted to be involved in the real estate design industry. After graduating from high school he attended Norwalk Technical College, where he studied Architectural Science and Engineering (4 years of study crammed into 2 years). He later moved to Manhattan where he began his career building architectural models for famous architects such as IM Pei, Frank Gehry and others.

Since joining CBRE, he has consistently performed at the top level of the LA North region and in the Colbert Coldwell Circle (top brokers nationally). He currently leads one of the strongest industrial teams in the market, representing some of the area’s most notable, high-profile developments. He and his team generated a total consideration of $931.9 million (sales and leasing) last year. Recent deals include the sale of the 1-million-square-foot Saugus Station Industrial Center in Santa Clarita and a 600,000-square-foot lease for DrinkPAK at the Center at Needham Ranch.

Whether you are buying, selling or needing help with your investment property, Craig will work hard to achieve your goals with the least amount of stress! He also has experience with assisting first time home buyers by utilizing several different home buyer programs.


Craig Peters is the CEO of Getty Images, the media powerhouse that serves imagery and content to customers across the globe. He oversees the company’s Getty, iStock and Unsplash brands. In his role, he is responsible for the company’s content licensing, product development and technology teams. He is also a member of the Getty Images board of directors.

Born in Garden City, New York, he graduated from college with aspirations of entering politics. But he settled on journalism as a placeholder until something better came along. He started writing for pro wrestling magazines and stayed there 15 years.

In 2004, he founded CKPcreative, providing editorial expertise to live entertainment, film and global finance industries. He’s also been enlisted by law schools and professional organizations to teach trial skills. He and his wife have two dramatic, emotional and bickering teenage daughters.

Besides his work in PR, Craig enjoys playing guitar and writing music. He’s recorded albums with his band Arkaik and progressive death metal solo project Deeds of Flesh, and toured the US and Europe. He’s even performed at Hellfest! He lives in San Francisco with his family. They love to go to Giants games and explore the city on their bikes.

Trial Skills

Like many journeymen screenwriters, Craig Peters never quite kicked down Hollywood’s thick door. He did, however, win two national playwriting awards and blaze his way into the world of television and films with a number of dramatic, emotionally charged and bickering projects. His fervent dedication to his craft, combined with an ardent love of his family and a pair of sweet, supportive dogs, have kept him in the game.

He was a public defender and then he took a job at one of the oldest plaintiffs’ law firms in California, where he learned to handle wrongful death and mesothelioma cases on behalf of clients who had been wronged by the negligence and misfeasance of others. The switch from defending criminals to civil litigation was not an easy one, but it was a welcome challenge for Peters and an opportunity to hone his skills in a different legal arena.

While his practice now focuses on personal injury and class action litigation, he is still committed to helping those in need of help and justice. His clients have included individuals suffering from catastrophic injuries caused by defective medical devices and drugs, aviation crashes, dangerous conditions of property and the negligence of doctors, hospitals, nursing homes and other professionals.

Besides being an accomplished trial lawyer, Peters is also an active member of the community. He is a past president of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and has been invited to speak about his trials to law school students and various professional organizations.

He regularly lectures on a variety of topics including civility and professionalism in the practice of law, trial advocacy techniques and class action litigation. In addition, he has participated in a wide array of arbitrations and has appeared before all levels of court in British Columbia. He has also been retained by other attorneys to serve as trial counsel in cases, including class action lawsuits. He is also a frequent contributor to Lawson Lundell’s Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution Blog.

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