The 2012 Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act reauthorized the federal program for five years.
NAR Associate Counsel Katie Johnson's blog post discusses how to deal with letters alleging a patent violation for emailing scanned documents.
Nevada's highest court affirms injunction barring the construction of a wind turbine inside a residential subdivision.
Changes to MLS Policy Statement 7.57—which deals with MLS services that can be considered core, basic, and optional services—were approved at the 2013 Midyear Meetings. A Q&A about these changes follows.
Maryland court dismisses entire counterclaim filed by the company that runs Neighborcity.com against NAR and MRIS, a Maryland-based MLS.
NAR Associate Counsel Katie Johnson discusses how members can respond to letters that allege a violation of a patent for emailing scanned documents.
How much do you know about the National Association of REALTORS® registered trademarks? Take this quiz to find out.
A federal district court in Florida has awarded $2.7 million to the Key West Association of REALTORS® Inc. in its copyright infringement action against Robert Allen.
Massachusetts court orders jury to consider allegations that real estate professional had inaccurately described the property's zoning to the buyer.
Read a summary of the cases that received financial support during NAR's 2013 Midyear meetings.