Watch this month's Window to the Law video to learn about the common legal issues faced by real estate "teams," including restrictions on the use of the REALTOR® mark in team names.
Nebraska federal court upholds Nebraska's attempt to enjoin a California broker from listing Nebraska properties without a Nebraska license and rules that the state’s regulations did not violate the First Amendment, as the broker was offering brokerage services and not simply advertising the properties.
California court holds that broker had no duty to discover or disclose to homebuyer that local regulatory requirements could preclude building home on purchased lot.
Watch a new video that outlines the options available to an entity that receives a demand letter requesting payment of a licensing fee from a non-practicing entity, or "patent troll."
District of Columbia federal court determines that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development did not have the authority from the Fair Housing Act to create its disparate impact rule and so vacated the rule.
Video for Association Directors: NAR General Counsel Katie Johnson explains the fiduciary duties that members serving on the board of directors of a REALTOR® association owe to the association.
NAR, along with the United for Patent Reform coalition, to pursue solutions to abusive patent litigation.
Federal appellate court reverses lower court, determining that lower court did not properly evaluate a REALTOR® association's arbitration process.
New Jersey federal court rules that the patent is directed at an abstract idea and thus may not be eligible for patent protection.
This month's Window to the Law discusses the Americans with Disability Act and covers some of the frequently asked questions about the ADA received by NAR.