Ethical Issues in the Practice of Real Estate Law

This class is designed for practitioners of commercial and residential real estate and addresses a number of ethical issues and potential ethical pitfalls the attorney should be aware of in a real estate transaction. Particular attention is focused on potential conflicts in representing multiple parties to a real estate transaction, the requirement of obtaining a signed engagement letter, using non-attorneys such as paralegals and clerks to attend closings, handling escrow accounts, comingling escrow funds, and escrow account bookkeeping requirements.

This course is appropriate for both newly admitted attorneys and experienced attorneys.


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Marc Israel, Esq.

Marc is the founder and co-owner of the National Law Institute and its CLE Program. He is also the President and Chief Counsel of MiT National Land Services, a national title…
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