As buyers and sellers second-guess their desires to seal the deal in an uncertain world, many are citing reasons related to the pandemic as justification for breaking contracts. As a result, threats of legal action and lawsuits between buyers and sellers appear to be on the rise
by Lillian Dickerson May 28
Even a slight mistake could end up costing a lot of money; a lot of stress; and, worst of all, tarnish your reputation.
by Ryan Ellis Sep 25
A real estate advisory firm is suing the NY-headquartered brokerage for underpayment over what it says was a costly minor typo in a years-old contract
by Andrea V. Brambila Jun 5
Now at Keller Williams, Jill Schwartz says her Compass team inked deals without her knowledge and dealt with developers with whom she had pre-existing agreements
by Andrea V. Brambila Feb 13
After winning $706M in a related case, the appraisal tech startup is going after a bigger target
by Andrea V. Brambila Jun 7
The suit was filed by two agents and seeks to represent 'thousands' of others who may have been affected
by Andrea V. Brambila Apr 27
Motion to dismiss requests suit demanding $1.1 million be thrown out on grounds of brokerage's 'little to no involvement' in the deal
by Gill South Mar 8
One of the brokerage's Manhattan-based agents is seeking $1.1 million
by Marian McPherson Jan 30
'First-of-its-kind' agreement crumbles in federal court cases alleging breach of contract
by Amy Tankersley Sep 27