Commission determines that it would be an inefficient use of resources to pursue member’s complaint over use of her dues for political purposes.
The National Labor Relations Board has authorized naming franchisor giant McDonald’s USA as a respondent in complaints for labor violations allegedly occurring in franchisees’ restaurants.
Court grants summary judgment to owner of waste-disposal site crawling with alligators after neighbors’ suit claimed the animals’ presence depreciated their land.
At the May 2014 Board of Directors meeting, the Board approved an amendment to NAR’s MLS Policy Handbook clarifying that MLSs are required to supply participants with the information necessary to create Automated Valuation Models.
NAR Associate General Counsel Ralph Holmen explains antitrust law and how to avoid unlawful conduct.
Pennsylvania's highest court rules that an earlier owner's murder/suicide on the property did not need to be disclosed.
Homebuyer’s unjustified nondisclosure suit against broker and seller merited $60K in sanctions plus costs of appeal, says court.
Ohio court finds that evidence supported jury verdict that dual agent failed to properly advise client about certain conditions on the property.
Frequently asked questions regarding worker classification of real estate agents by brokerages, compiled by NAR's Legal Affairs department.
This video gives an overview of the legal distinction between an “independent contractor” and an “employee” and discusses various state and federal laws concerning this distinction that pertain to real estate professionals.