Opinion
As the Moehrl and Sitzer lawsuits work their way through the legal system they now must explain why the Department of Justice settlement is inadequate
by Michael Lissack Nov 23
Opinion
On Tuesday, the US Justice Department accused Google of illegally protecting its monopoly over search and search advertising. It begs the question, are there real estate monopolies?
by Brad Inman Oct 21
Judge Andrea Wood argued that the plaintiffs would have paid 'substantially lower commissions' if not for the buyer broker commission rules
by Patrick Kearns Oct 5
A pair of lawsuits could upend how compensation works, but NAR believes the cases 'are wrong on the facts, wrong on the economics and wrong on the law'
by Jim Dalrymple II Aug 15
The big residential brokerage franchisors and holding companies have joined NAR in its motion to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to overturn the status quo of buyer's agent commissions
by Patrick Kearns May 23
The trade organization believes the suit 'misrepresents' the rules that govern multiple listing services
by Jim Dalrymple II May 20