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November 30, 2016

Last week, the California Supreme Court announced a decision that could modify the way big brokerage real estate firms handle business. In a case of first impression, the Court held that a brokerage company who represents both the buyer and the seller in a real estate transaction owes a fiduciary duty to both parties, even if different agents represent the parties. It is well settled law that an agent who represents both the buyer and the seller owes a fiduciary duty to both parties. In Horiike v. Coldwell Banker, however, the Court extended the fiduciary duty to brokerage companies....

November 9, 2016

How to protect your business against legal problems with well-written contracts is the primary focus of a “Construction Contracts and Law Class” being presented by a team of Nevada attorneys including WSHB’s T. Blake Gross, Thursday, November 10, 2016 at the SNHBA office, 4175 S. Riley St. Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89147. Gross will be speaking on sales agreements and their importance in the construction process. ...

November 4, 2016

Recently, the Supreme Court of Oregon handed down a decision in Goodwin v. Kingsmen Plastering, Inc. with massive procedural implications for all construction defect cases. The decision clarified the often confused and misunderstood question of what statute of limitations period applies to negligence-based construction defect claims in the state of Oregon....

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