Legal Webinars: Critical Legal Updates You Should Know
Virginia REALTORS® General Counsel
Laura Farley started working at Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS® (NVAR) as a legal intern the summer between her second and third year of law school. After graduation, she accepted a full-time position as an attorney at NVAR. Three years later, an opportunity opened up at Virginia REALTOR® that would allow her to use the Regulatory Law Certificate she had earned in law school; she applied and was hired! Just over three years and three promotions later, she was made General Counsel.
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Upcoming Legal Webinars
Past Legal Webinars
Legal Webinar: Business Safety, Continuity, Fair Housing, & New Laws Review / Recorded September 08, 2022
Business safety is paramount! This discussion will present different types of safety apps and how to properly use them for REALTORS® to minimize legal exposure to Fair Housing violations. There will be a brief overview of Fair Housing Laws and how to maintain safe office policies while using them. We will also discuss various options for business continuity in the event of a disaster and the new changes to the law.
Welcome to the New Laws session recording with Laura Farley General Counsel at Virginia REALTORS®! We will be reviewing all the pertinent changes that have gone into effect and will push us into quarter three of the year.
Even with the best of intentions, lawsuits are sometimes unavoidable. Join Virginia REALTORS® Staff Counsel Jessica Toone to learn more about Virginia’s judicial system and what you should expect when filing or responding to a lawsuit.
Watch Virginia REALTORS Staff Counsel and Standard Forms Liaison Jon Haley and Associate General Counsel Cate Oroszlan for a look at what will be changing with the statewide forms and our Code of Ethics on January 1, 2022 based on amended and new laws.
With an aging population, the needs of your clients will change. Join Staff Counsel Jessica Toone to learn about what you need to know from a legal and ethics standpoint when working with older clients.
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