D.R. Legal News

DR Legal News: How Candidates are Selected for IE Support

How Candidates Are Selected for REALTOR® I.E. Support

    by Mike Scobey, Assistant Director, RVoice and Local Advocacy

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    DR Legal News: Outreach

    So, What is an “Office Presentation?”

    by Gideon Blustein, Illnois REALTORS® Member Outreach Manager and Local Government Affairs Director

    DR Legal News: Legal Case Studies March 2017

    Legal Case Studies

    Research and analysis by Lisa Harms Hartzler, Sorling Northrup Attorneys

    DR Legal News: RESPA

    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Announces More RESPA Violations While Washington Debates the Agency’s Future

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    By Jeffrey T. Baker, Sorling Northrup Attorneys

    Date: 
    March 1, 2017

    DR Legal News: Real Property Alliance

    RPA works to educate Chicago homeowners, brokers on property tax appeals

    In June, Chicago homeowners opened their mailboxes to find their property taxes were soaring an average of 13 percent.

    The increases were the result of a $363 million hike in the property tax levy, with the money going largely to fund public safety pension obligations.

    Date: 
    December 19, 2016

    DR Legal News: Dual Agency

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    DR Legal News: Campaign Coverage

    REALTOR® Involvement in the Nov. 8 Elections

    The Illinois REALTORS® and the REALTORS® Political Action Committee have been actively involved once again this election cycle with support to candidates throughout the state with direct contributions, as well as targeting candidates in tough battles with extra support through direct mail and other outreach efforts.

    Date: 
    October 19, 2016

    DR Legal News: Overtime Rules

    New Overtime Rules to Take Effect on December 1 — Or Will They?

    By John A. Kauerauf, Sorling Northrup Attorneys

    Date: 
    October 19, 2016

    DR Legal News: Legal Case Studies September 2016

    Legal Case Studies

    Research and analysis by Lisa Harms Hartzler, Sorling Northrup Attorneys