Real estate agents and brokers often face difficult questions from their clients, who understandably ask important questions related to their property and sale contracts. Agents and brokers must be careful not to stray too close to the “unauthorized practice of law.”
We explore and analyze current issues and relevant topics to help accountants, attorneys, architects and engineers, insurance agents and real estate brokers avoid a professional liability case.
This blog post provides 10 practical tips and reminders for Missouri real estate agents and brokers.
Design professionals are not liable to contractors for economic losses resulting from a design professional’s negligent performance of its contract with an owner.
Every corporate director needs to be aware of the potential for a shareholder derivative lawsuit or a shareholder direct lawsuit.
The realities of running a business can sometimes interfere with the practice of law. When a lawyer needs funding to keep his or her practice afloat, a tempting source of financing might be a wealthy client with whom the lawyer has developed a relationship over the course of many years and transactions. Borrowing money from a client, however, is rife with ethical and legal ramifications.