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.
Federal appellate court affirms trial court’s determination that the sellers in this class-action lawsuit had failed to produce any evidence demonstrating the existence of a conspiracy to fix commission rates by brokerage firms.
Highlights from 3Q 2014's Legal Pulse Newsletter in the areas of Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, RESPA, Technology, Antitrust, and Third-Party Liability issues.
A summary of legal research on topics that may be a source of legal liability for real-estate licensees: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, RESPA, Technology, Antitrust, and Third-Party Liability issues.
Chloe Hecht, Associate Council for NAR, discusses rules for proper use of the REALTOR® trademark, and how these rules apply to members' use of the trademarks online - including in connection with the .REALTOR top-level domain.
New York court holds listing broker liable for seller’s incorrect assertion that home was connected to city sewer system.