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Window to the Law: Core Standards

September 30, 2014: 

Cliff Niersbach, Associate General Counsel of Board Policy & Programs, discusses the resources available to associations regarding the new NAR Core Standards.

Commission Owed Despite License Law Violation

September 24, 2014: 

Former client must pay commission despite salesperson’s failure to comply with law requiring disclosure of consent order violation to Real Estate Department.

Infographic: 4 Resources from NAR Legal Affairs to Help Your Association or Brokerage Manage Risk

September 18, 2014: 

Find out how NAR Legal Affairs helps your association or brokerage avoid "risky business." 

Court Reverses Verdict Against Broker

September 17, 2014: 

Ohio’s highest court rules that jury instructions didn’t require a finding that salesperson acted within scope of her duties in acts harmful to client.

MLS Access Litigation Summary

September 5, 2014: 

Read NAR's updated litigation summary regarding non-member access to REALTOR® association multiple listing services. 

Video: Legal Pulse 2Q 2014 Highlights

September 3, 2014: 

Highlights from 2Q 2014's Legal Pulse Newsletter in the areas of Agency, RESPA, Property Condition Disclosure, and Ethics Issues.

2Q 2014: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, RESPA, Ethics

September 3, 2014: 

A summary of legal research on topics that may be a source of legal liability for real-estate licensees: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, RESPA, and Ethics issues.

Window to the Law: Website Copyright Infringement Protection

September 3, 2014: 

Jessica Edgerton, NAR Associate Counsel, discusses steps you can take to protect your website from infringement claims by employing a "safe harbor" that exists in federal law.

Slides from Window to the Law: Website Copyright Infringement Protection

September 3, 2014: 

View and download the accompanying slide presentation from Window to the Law: Website Copyright Infringement.

FEC Dismisses NAR Complaint

August 27, 2014: 

Commission determines that it would be an inefficient use of resources to pursue member’s complaint over use of her dues for political purposes.

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