New rules require express written consent for automated telemarketing calls and eliminates the established business relationship exception.
Washington court's reversal serves as reminder of buyers' duty to "beware, inspect and question."
Vermont court rules that association’s role in drafting purchase agreement later used in a transaction did not support buyer’s consumer fraud action.
Michigan court rejects the challenge to association's arbitration process.
Laurie Janik sat down with REALTOR® Magazine to reflect upon the significant legal challenges NAR has faced over her decades-long tenure with the association. Find out what she considers her biggest milestones.
Read a summary of the cases where NAR has agreed to provide financial support.
Massachusetts court finds that license law trumped state's usual test for determining whether an individual qualified as an independent contractor.
Pocket Listings: Legal, Ethical and Industry Considerations. Hear experts speak and take advantage of the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about this trending topic in the real estate industry. The Risk Management & License Law Forum will be held on Friday, November 8th, 2013 at the Moscone Center West, Esplanade Level, Room 302/304.
CAR attorney Elizabeth Miller-Bougdanos discusses the legal issues raised by pocket listings in a preview of this year's Risk Management Forum.
Wisconsin court rules that broker/lender did not have a fiduciary duty when he was considering a short sale offer for client's property.